Chance

Random, unpredictable influences on events.
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Chance

Random, unpredictable influences on events.
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chance

[n] - a risk involving danger 2. [v] - be the case by chance
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Chance

Chance (chȧns) noun [ French chance , Old French cheance , from Late Latin cadentia a allusion to the falling of the dice), from Latin cadere to fall; akin to Sanskrit çad to fall, Latin cedere to yield, English cede . Confer Cadence .]...
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Chance

Chance intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Chanced ; present participle & verbal noun Chancing .] To happen, come, or arrive, without design or expectation. 'Things that chance daily.' Robynson (More's Utopia). &...
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Chance

Chance transitive verb 1. To take the chances of; to venture upon; -- usually with it as object. « Come what will, I will chance it. W. D. Howells. » 2. To befall; to happen to. [ Obsolete] W. Lambarde.
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Chance

Chance adjective Happening by chance; casual.
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Chance

Chance adverb By chance; perchance. Gray.
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Chance

G.Q., 20th century British radiologist. ... See: Chance fracture. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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chance

noun a risk involving danger; `you take a chance when you let her drive`
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chance

noun a measure of how likely it is that some event will occur; a number expressing the ratio of favorable cases to the whole number of cases possible; `the probability that an unbiased coin will fall with the head up is 0.5`
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Chance

• (a.) Happening by chance; casual. • (n.) A supposed material or psychical agent or mode of activity other than a force, law, or purpose; fortune; fate; -- in this sense often personified. • (n.) The supposed effect of such an agent; something that befalls, as the result of unknown or unconsidered forces; the issue of uncertain cond...
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Chance

(from the article `Conrad, Joseph`) ...relatively secure. He was awarded a Civil List pension of £100, and the American collector John Quinn began to buy his manuscripts—for what now ...
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chance

(from the article `Berra, Yogi`) ...(all since broken) for catchers of his era; he held the records for most home runs hit while playing in the position of catcher (313), most ...
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Chance

Chance is a English mixed name. The meaning of the name is `Keeper of the Records ` Where is it used? The name Chance is mainly used In English. Chance appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at rank 246.. 1996 was a `top year` for the name Chance. (Based on 128 years of name history) In that year it ranked #154. The last time Chance appea
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Chance

[Fear Itself] Rick Dahl | Director = John Dahl | Guests = Ethan Embry `Chance` is the tenth episode in the television series Fear Itself on NBC. This episode was completed but not broadcast in the United States. ==Plot== A broke and desperate man becomes dangerously violent and possibly insane after realizing he won`t get the money he needs...
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Chance

[Big Country song] `Chance` was the fourth single from Scottish rock band Big Country`s debut album, The Crossing. ==Chart positions== ==Credits== ...
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Chance

[name] Chance is a masculine given name and a surname. The given name is of Middle English origin, meaning `good fortune`. There are several variants. The surname is Old French origin from cheance, also Middle English chea(u)nce (meaning `fortune`, `luck`, `accident`). The oldest public record of the surname dates to 1310 in Essex. People w...
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Chancé

Chancé (Kantieg) is a commune in the Ille-et-Vilaine department in Brittany in northwestern France. ==Population== Inhabitants of Chancé are called Chancéens in French. ...
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Chance

Type: Term Pronunciation: chants Definitions: 1. G.Q., 20th-century British radiologist. See: Chance fracture
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Chance

[Act song] `Chance` is the third single by Act. It was released by ZTT Records in February 1988, but was quickly withdrawn. This may have something to do with the 12` mix containing an unauthorised sample of ABBA`s `Take a Chance on Me`. ZTT promptly released the band`s fourth single `I Can`t Escape from You` a month later. Two mixes (the f...
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chance

chance, in mathematics: see probability.
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Chance

(Lat. cadere, to fall) 1. Property or being undetermined. 2. Property of being predictable according to the laws of probability (q.v.). -- A.C.B. Chance events, according to Aristotle, are occurrences purposive in appearance but not actually the result of either conscious or unconscious teleology. -- G.R.M. In Cournot, following Aristotle, the co-....
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chance

Likelihood, or probability, of an event taking place, expressed as a fraction or percentage. For example, the chance that a tossed coin will land heads up is 50%. As a science, it originated when the Chevalier de Méré consulted Blaise Pascal about how to reduce his gambling losses. In 1664, in correspondence with another mathematician...
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Chance

a situation where an attacker (striker) is through on goal and should score. Also known as an opportunity.[58]
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