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inadvertently

i nuhd vur tuhnt lee

  • r  without knowledge or intention

  • For most non-medical people, the term "apnea" is most familiar when coupled with the word "sleep," and refers to a dangerous condition in which people inadvertently stop .
  • Privacy has become a growing concern among users of search sites ever since America Online inadvertently released the searches of 658,000 of its users in 2006.
  • They can communicate only their mutual loathing in a realm where words can wound and a telephone cord is an inadvertently lethal weapon.
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  • Patrick Smith in International Herald Tribune
    A plane never takes off into an actual thunderstorm, no crew or carrier would allow that,said Patrick Smith, a US based-airline pilot and aviation writer. "But it is remotely possible that the plane could have inadvertently hit some...
  • David Miliband in Times Online
    These are five civilians. They are yachtsmen. They were going about their sport,Mr Miliband said. "It seems they may have strayed inadvertently into Iranian waters. We look forward to the Iranian Government dealing with this promptly...
  • Pope Benedict XVI in guardian.co.uk
    Benedict said in his homily, and wondered aloud whether people have "imitated, perhaps inadvertently, the pagans of antiquity?"

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