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uh ven chooh a li tee

  • n  a possible event or occurrence or result

  • The blow to NBC was softened somewhat by the insurance purchased from Lloyd's of London four years ago against just such an eventuality.
  • Then again, says Mora, it's difficult to tell if it also indicates that Ral is "preparing himself for the eventuality of Washington making more of these gestures.
  • We are, as far as it goes, decent scribblers and lenses, observers and recorders, capable of responding to just about any eventuality with some immediate attempt to explain what it .

  • Ian McGeechan in Reuters
    The selectors and I have had plenty of time to review the situation in terms of a replacement scrumhalf and were in agreement that Mike Blair should replace Tomas. He was on our reserve list for such an eventuality,coach Ian McGeechan said in...
  • Tzipi Livni in The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
    I suspect that Kadima needs to start right away acting for every eventuality, including elections,Livni said.
  • Condoleezza Rice in Forbes
    It is my fervent hope that we will continue to see sufficient numbers ...... volunteering for Iraq service, but we must be prepared to meet our requirements in any eventuality,Rice said in the unclassified cable sent Tuesday.

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