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incident

in suh duhnt

  • n  a single distinct event
  • n  a public disturbance
    the police investigated an incident at the bus station
  • a  falling or striking of light rays on something
    incident light
  • a  (sometimes followed by `to') minor or casual or subordinate in significance or nature or occurring as a chance concomitant or consequence
    incidental expenses
    the road will bring other incidental advantages
    extra duties incidental to the job
    labor problems incidental to a rapid expansion
    confusion incidental to a quick change

  • The incident was videotaped by a man named George Holliday, who lived nearby, and it didn't take long for the tape to send shockwaves around the world and enrage the already .
  • The incident was videotaped by a man named George Holliday, who lived nearby, and it didn't take long for the tape to send shockwaves around the world and enrage the already .
  • incident seemed like so many others from this war, the kind of tragedy that has become numbingly routine amid the daily reports of violence in Iraq.
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  • Gordon Brown in International Herald Tribune
    As the police and security services have said on so many occasions, we face a serious and continuous threat to our country,Brown said. "But this incident does recall the need for us to be vigilant at all times and the public to be alert at...
  • Charles Steger in Reuters India
    We had no reason to suspect any other incident was going to occur,Steger said of the first shooting.
  • Art Rooney in USA Today
    I've made it clear to Ben that his conduct in this incident did not live up to our standards,Rooney said. "There will be consequences for his actions."

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