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  • I have had things happen to me that simplistic ideas such as syncronicity and serendipity simply look silly as explanations.

    Love Story

  • This is your dream sender, your source of intuition, precognition, syncronicity, and other forms of guidance.

    Where Are You Holding Back?

  • In 1998, McClintock established a chemical basis for the syncronicity when she took fluids from the underarm of one woman and applied them to the upper lip of another woman (yuck).

    Eleventh Hour: Funky Pheromones

  • The problem, I decided, was that the syncronicity between the papers was too obvious.

    Kater’s Art » Blog Archive » Happy Birthday Jane

  • I pretty much singled him out here, mainly because of the syncronicity of his post and the one I was working on.

    May 1 -- BADD -- Fear, avoidance, and the people we never get to know

  • I didn't intend originally to write about it here, but the songs that came up created a strange sort of narrative, with some spooky syncronicity, and I immediately began trying to think of a story to build from most of them.

    Soundtracking

  • Within five minutes, we realized we were in the presence of an amazing syncronicity.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Two short films were broadcast parallel in absolut syncronicity on two TV stations, one showed our hero "Happy" and the other

    Adland

  • Also notable: In a nice bit of Best American Fantasy syncronicity, Matt Bell writes about Brian Evenson's new novel Last Days.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Western military observers say China’s armed forces are now stronger, better-equipped and have a good syncronicity on the battlefield between the various forces.

    Exiled Tibetans Face Uncertain Future as China Makes Inroads

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