liable+to+happen

  • 1 liable — [[t]la͟ɪ͟əb(ə)l[/t]] 1) PHR MODAL When something is liable to happen, it is very likely to happen. Only a small minority of the mentally ill are liable to harm themselves or others. Syn: be likely to 2) ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ to n If people or… …

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  • 2 liable — 1 amenable, answerable, *responsible, accountable Analogous words: obliged, constrained, compelled (see FORCE vb): bound, tied (see TIE vb) Contrasted words: exempt, immune (see corresponding nouns at EXEMPTION): *free, independent 2 …

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  • 3 Make It Happen (film) — Make It Happen UK Theatrical release poster Directed by Darren Grant Produced by …

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  • 4 be liable to occur — be likely to happen, be probable …

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  • 5 incident to — liable to happen because of; resulting from. → incident …

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  • 6 incidental to — liable to happen as a consequence of. → incidental …

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  • 7 possible — Liable to happen or come to pass; capable of existing or of being conceived or thought of; capable of being done; not contrary to the nature of things. Topeka City Railway Co. v Higgs, 38 Kan 375, 383, 16 P 667, 674. See possibility …

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  • 8 συμβατά — συμβατός liable to happen neut nom/voc/acc pl συμβατά̱ , συμβατός liable to happen fem nom/voc/acc dual συμβατά̱ , συμβατός liable to happen fem nom/voc sg (doric aeolic) …

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  • 9 Europe, history of — Introduction       history of European peoples and cultures from prehistoric times to the present. Europe is a more ambiguous term than most geographic expressions. Its etymology is doubtful, as is the physical extent of the area it designates.… …

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  • 10 συμβατόν — συμβατός liable to happen masc acc sg συμβατός liable to happen neut nom/voc/acc sg …

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  • 11 remoteness — A principle used in determining an award of damages in contract or tort. In contract, the test of remoteness is that set out in Hadley v Baxendale ([1854] 9 Ex 341). Under this test, the claimant will be able to recover: • Losses arising… …

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  • 12 incident — I. a. 1. Happening, liable to happen. 2. Belonging, pertaining appertaining, relating, natural, naturally liable to befall. 3. (Optics.) Falling, impinging. II. n. Event, occurrence, circumstance …

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  • 13 Desmond Connell — His Eminence  Desmond Connell Cardinal Archbishop Emeritus of Dublin See Dublin …

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  • 14 Doctrine of mental reservation — Contents 1 Secular use 2 Mentalis restrictio in moral theology 3 Legacy …

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  • 15 incident — noun 1》 an event or occurrence; an instance of something happening.     ↘a violent event, such as an assault or skirmish. 2》 Law a privilege, burden, or right attaching to an office, estate, or other holding. adjective 1》 (incident to) liable to… …

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  • 16 incidental — /ɪnsəˈdɛntl / (say insuh dentl) adjective 1. happening or likely to happen in fortuitous or subordinate conjunction with something else. 2. incurred casually and in addition to the regular or main amount: incidental expenses. –noun 3. something… …

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  • 17 con|tin´gent|ness — con|tin|gent «kuhn TIHN juhnt», noun, adjective. –n. 1. a share of soldiers, laborers, or other persons furnished to a force from different sources: »The United States sent a large contingent of troops to Europe in World War II. 2. a group that… …

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  • 18 con|tin´gent|ly — con|tin|gent «kuhn TIHN juhnt», noun, adjective. –n. 1. a share of soldiers, laborers, or other persons furnished to a force from different sources: »The United States sent a large contingent of troops to Europe in World War II. 2. a group that… …

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  • 19 con|tin|gent — «kuhn TIHN juhnt», noun, adjective. –n. 1. a share of soldiers, laborers, or other persons furnished to a force from different sources: »The United States sent a large contingent of troops to Europe in World War II. 2. a group that is a part of a …

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  • 20 imminency — n. the state of being imminent and liable to happen soon; imminence. Syn: imminence, impendence, impendency, forthcomingness. [WordNet 1.5] …

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