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  • n. likelihood

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Likelihood.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Likelihood.


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  • If Griffin thinks this has any likehood of being funded by the new administration please can he tell us what happy pills he is on.

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  • It also leads to the greater likehood that single, divorced or widowed women will be poorer than their male counterparts because of less social security income or other retirement income in addition to higher female life expectancies.

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  • Get to and stay on issues that matter to the real world out here such as how these two candidates are going to make any of their programs a reality with the likehood that there will be NO money for them.

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  • I also believe that in all likehood both content models will continue to be valued, by their various adherents, or by the same ones at different occasions.

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  • Somehow I don't share your likehood of Level 5 - Judgelight - … yet. Antenna

  • He said that with no likehood of big changes in global markets, the benchmark FBM KLCI could sustain its current level of above 1,300.

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  • All parliament can do is retrospectively change the law to say that defrauding your employer is no longer an offence, the likehood of which happening is precisely zero - if only they'd known in advance that the Telegraph was going to break the story eh?

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  • [22] Essentially SLMs have the capability to estimate the probability or likehood that a word or phrase will occur in a given context.

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  • The uniformity of an interface makes it prone to mistake by maximizing the likehood of the mistake.

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