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  • n. Plural form of serendipity.


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  • After a hiatus of about a year, Elena Karo's pretty serendipities is back.

    Conscientious: Weblogs: February 2005 Archives

  • One of the serendipities of having nice rifles is that it keeps the grandchildren and children on their best behavior.

    The Gun Builder As Artist

  • But, like bookstores and libraries, also brick and mortar gathering points around the written word, also vanishing, what is lost are the serendipities of people, the bright fantastic spectacle of human beings...well, being.

    Sarah Blake: What We're Losing With the Closure of 2000 Post Offices

  • This is when opportunities begin presenting themselves to you in wave upon wave of happy accidents, coincidences, and serendipities.

    Manifesting Change

  • Our thoughts have an energy and life force all their own, which literally rearranges the players and circumstances of our lives and predisposes us to the so-called accidents, coincidences, and serendipities that will yield our brand new manifestations.

    Manifesting Change

  • We only perceive them later with our physical senses, often scratching our heads at the accidents, coincidences, and serendipities that seemingly occurred as if by magic.

    Manifesting Change

  • By that time in my life, I was long past believing in “random” occurrences like accidents, coincidences, and serendipities.

    Manifesting Change

  • Dr. KROTO: Well, it's one of those wonderful serendipities.

    Happy Birthday, Buckyballs!

  • How could they presume to predict so many fortuitous twists, turns, and serendipities?

    David Roberts: Why We Overestimate the Costs of Tackling Climate Change

  • To take these facts and serendipities and bring them magically to life in a way that is better than any truth is the best kind of storytelling.

    Androids and Un-Aliveness


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