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Word: incident

Definition: event; event that causes a crisis


Sentences Containing 'incident'

"The Advocate" published an article chronicling this incident.
"The order was to keep the incident secret."
After trying to forget about the incident, things get more awkward between the two.
and shall we take no notice of this incident?'
And then the incident of the grey cloth seen by young McCarthy.
At the time, the incident was not publicized.
Elmasry also criticized Canadian Jewish groups over this incident.
Four people were killed in the incident, and 17 were injured.
Franchitti took full responsibility for the incident.
Further jokes on this were developed after this incident.
He died when his submarine, the former was sunk in a friendly fire incident.
He has described an incident in a match against Ipswich.
He publicly apologized for the incident a day later.
In this incident, two Copts were murdered by Muslims.
Incident during Congressional trip to Israel.
It is full of variety, full of incident, full of the picturesque.
It is known in Ufology for the Falcon Lake Incident.
It seem after the incident, Kamehameha III forgave him.
It was believed the incident was a case of mistaken identity.
Lansdale, however, is certain HE did not mark them up and questions his daughter about the incident.
Markazi was never suspended or disciplined for the incident.
More than 40 people were injured in the two-day incident.
No charges were ever laid in relation to this alleged incident.
On 10 October 2007 the BBC released its investigation into the incident.
One person died in the incident and few were hospitalized.
She also apologised for the hotel incident as she was sick.
She died as a result of cerebrovascular incident and was buried at the Mtatsminda Pantheon.
She was with a male friend who was severely beaten with an iron rod during the incident.
Sign classified this incident as an unknown.
Stasey said that the incident was terrifying but she was fine.
The flag pole incident was quietly resolved.
The following day, there was an uproar in the Indian parliament over the incident.
The incident happened in the DAA offices in Canberra.
The incident has become known as the St.
The incident has left him with bullet scar on the forehead.
The incident was covered internationally.
The incident was not reported in the censored press at the time.
The would-be hijacker died in the incident.
There was no investigation of the incident initiated, no charges laid, and the incident was passed over.
Therefore this incident could not have taken place on the day of the accident.
This incident among others also caused outrage from the RSPCA.
This incident began his long and illustrious career.
This incident took place during the Second Intifada.
This spurred a public debate about the incident; and subsequent debate in Parliament.
This was accepted, and the incident was soon largely forgotten.
This was seen by a member of the club who related the incident to club's authorities.
Thus, the First Kosheh Massacre turned into an international incident.
Weaver was suspended for six games because of the incident.
W├╝therich was badly injured in the incident.
``I recollect this, because the poor devil's death was accompanied by a singular incident.''

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