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serendipity

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishserendipityser‧en‧dip‧i‧ty /ˌserənˈdɪpəti/ noun [uncountable] literary  LUCKYwhen interesting or valuable discoveries are made by accidentluck
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serendipityTo a large extent, luck and serendipity made us the kind of scientists we are, and brought us together.Call it the ultimate advertising coup or simple serendipity.Far from portraying the scientists as all-knowing seers, Hafner and Lyon show how their biggest advances came through serendipity.Our lives had been turned over to serendipity.What a delightful find - a true serendipity!
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