chance cause

chance cause

[¦chans ′kȯz]
(analytical chemistry)
A cause for variability in a measurement process that occurs randomly and unpredictably and for unknown reasons.
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It was all smiles again, though, after 25-1 chance Cause Of Causes - on whom Davy Condon sported the familiar pink, though heavily mud spattered and barely recognisable, Timeform Betfair Racing Club silks - came from towards the back of the field with a powerful run up the stands' side to lead on the run-in.
Instead of having to come deep into midfield all the time to help launch goalward breaks, suddenly the powerful figure of Horsfield was holding the ball up and giving him the chance cause havoc from 20 yards in.
Unfortunately, every once in a while, blind chance causes a blip, and for David, that blip was meeting Elise.
However, every once in a while, blind chance causes a blip, and for David, that blip was meeting Elise.
The system will operate within a narrow band of systems of chance causes until a major change in a raw material occurs--a significant increase or decrease of dolomite [CaMg[(C[O.
Chance causes (asbab ittifaqiyyah) are accidental; they can never necessitate the occurrence of something, neither always nor usually (laysa da'im al-ijab wa la akthariyya al-ijab).
This refers to the many sources of variation within a process that is under control--statistical fluctuations arising from minor chance causes.
Unfortunately, every once in a while blind chance causes a blip, and for David, that blip was meeting Elise.