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coincidence

Electronics of or relating to a circuit that produces an output pulse only when both its input terminals receive pulses within a specified interval

coincidence

[kō′in·sə·dəns]
(genetics)
A numerical value equal to the number of double crossovers observed, divided by the number expected; a measure of interference.
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Furthermore, for an isolated coincidence c of the pair (f,f [??] [tau]) between closed orientable n-manifolds, we have:
Mrs Hunt then asked Sir: "You are telling the court that it's a coincidence that in 1978 you gave three separate confessions that are consistent with post-mortem findings that were only available in 2012?" As well as denying that he was responsible for Helen's death, Sir replied: "As I say, all I can say is it was a coincidence."
ISLAMABAD -- Embassy of the Republic of Turkey, Lahor Yunus Emre Turkish Cultural Centre and Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) arranged a Turkish movie night here late Friday with screening of Turkish film 'Love Likes Coincidences'.
There is a whole discussion about whether the experience is just a coincidence, a view based on rationality -- probability theory, which I understand.
Synchronicity has become a vogue expression used in many ways to denote "occurrences." In a similar way, the term coincidence is often used in a reductionist context to eliminate meaning from seemingly related occurrences.
Actress Radhika Apte, who is being trolled for frequently featuring in the Indian projects of Netflix, doesn't think her association with the streaming platform has been long and that the three series getting released around the same time was just a coincidence.
(So it's either coincidence, but it looks like too much of a coincidence because [the Saro was released on the same date.])
Sotto, in an earlier interview, said the police should do the investigation first since the killings "could just be a coincidence."
In the case of Pakistan and the United States, whether it is mere coincidence or sheer providence, the fact of the matter remains that the two countries have stayed intertwined in a unique fashion for the last 70 years.
In Blum's re-envisioning of the universe, free will and fate coexist in a delicate dance: We all have the power to make choices, but these choices are orchestrated by an elite team known as the Coincidence Makers.
Then it is well known that the coincidence set Coin(f,g) splits into a disjoint union of coincidence classes.
The barrister representing racist Peter Scotter told Newcastle Crown Court that it was 'no coincidence' the attack happened just weeks after the Brexit vote.