total coincidence

total coincidence

[′tōd·əl kō′in·səd·əns]
(mechanical engineering)
The condition in which all the joints of a robot become locked in position.
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Of course it was total coincidence these luminaries were lunching a hundred metres from the Dail as a new Taoiseach took charge.
The above statistics may of course be nothing more than a total coincidence, in which case this piece can be filed alongside many other great sporting conspiracy theories, but many Wasps fans will wonder whether smoke is again leading to fire.
It could be a total coincidence, but it just seemed a bit strange.
21 for the playwas a total coincidence, but a good one.
I really don't think it's a total coincidence that when these replacements are made, the opposition begin to get the upper hand.
Tony said the link-up with the guitar shop was a total coincidence and said GTR would be providing the stage equipment for the live shows.
By total coincidence, the world expert on BSE or mad cow disease was Professor John Collinge of London University--our families derived from the same small hamlet of Crompton in Lancashire in the mid-1800s.
Suarez added it's a total coincidence but a very nice one at the same time, adding that maybe it was fate.
He also traced his birth father and found by total coincidence he was living just over three miles from his home in Wales.
A source said: "It could be a total coincidence that Savannah has ended up with another footballer but a lot of the Hearts and Hibs lads end up going out in the same places.
By total coincidence, happily so, we ate two very different fish on the same day, fresh caught, and cooked the exact same way.
It was a total coincidence," Rob Guthrie, program supervisor of Amazon Pool said.
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