from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Something that may occur; a possibility.
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- n. A possible event; something that may happen.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The coming as a consequence; contingency; also, an event which comes as a consequence.
- n. Disposition to take cognizance of events.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A contingent occurrence; a result of environment; that which happens from the force of circumstances.
- n. In phrenology, a disposition to take note of events or occurrences; one of the perceptive faculties, whose organ is supposed to be situated at the lower part of the forehead, below comparison and above individuality. See cut under phrenology.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a possible event or occurrence or result
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Basically, a regard with a live eventuality is over what could begin which Section 1 wouldnt be means to control (i.e. a brawl, vicious injury, etc.).
The eventuality is for increased rates being driven up by the fewer and fewer healthy insured as the sick or preexisting high risk people get thrown off lists of those being insured.
Every client developer should allow for this eventuality from the beginning, preferably using a universal web-service discovery mechanismâ€ ¦!
It's possible, if she did have a child, some of that slumbering maternal instinct might be awakened, but that eventuality is never realized.
"We would need to have some kind of cojones to assume that an overpass qualifies as home ownership, or that such an eventuality was the outcome of the beautiful, long-standing vision you had for yourselves and your loved ones."
"If you're intellectually honest with yourself and you read the bill you realize that the eventuality is a single payer system," said Mr. Heninger, a self-employed financial manager, who called the event a "performance."
"The eventuality is a one-on-one relationship with every consumer, and obviously e-commerce needs to be a big part of that."
An eventuality which is, as y'all have pointed out politically impossible at this point.
In fact, that was the kind of eventuality that made me feel queasy when Odeo showed up to the party and later iTunes – the feeling that they would come to the party late, decide the music sucks and that everyone should be dancing to their tune.
O'BRIEN: How much is enough, and how much do you have available for that kind of eventuality?