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used in Freakonomics

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a situation where two things happened at the same time or in the same way by chance even though it was unlikely

(for example, if two students in the same class met by accident while visiting another country)
  • It was no coincidence, in other words, that J. T. was the leader of this crack gang.
    p. 94.1
  • By happy coincidence, some of their fellow inmates were Mexican gang members with close ties to Colombian drug dealers.
    p. 109.9

There are no more uses of "coincidence" in Freakonomics.

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