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- n. Plural form of unpredictability.
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That's why I did not call for a withdrawal of troops on a timetable, because there's a lot of unpredictabilities associated with wars.
For example, if I claim to be a novice at a game that is part chance and part skill, and you do, too (and we are)... we will both enter into it with similar investments (assumptions) as to the degree of unpredictabilities inherent in the game.
In fact, I titled the chapter "Collective Solitude", and went on to discuss the issue of the presence of the social and its unpredictabilities as providing the source of the game's compelling quality, even absent much conventional social interaction at all.
When it comes to the worst we face, nature itself has resilience, surprises, and unpredictabilities.
Apparently global warming means global weirdness, eddies and unpredictabilities.
It's a gentler event that acknowledges this year's hardships and local tragedies as well as life's unpredictabilities, O'Neill said.