(1) Bravery, mischance , well-trained American units, poorly trained Iraqi units, superior coalition leadership, and superior technology are all part of the calculus that made up what appeared to the world as an easy 100-hour rout.(2) Even trolls will only venture through there at great need, though I have never heard of any great danger or mischance occurring there.(3) He added: ├ö├ç├┐Another aggravating factor is that I cannot accept, indeed I am not certain I am even invited to, that it is by mere mischance that you picked upon an elderly person.├ö├ç├û(4) He is not liable for mischance , or misadventure.(5) Death by disease, death by mischance , death by accident or indifference - these were part and parcel of life, but never impacted on my day-to-day life.(6) Further machinations of the Duke prevent this mischance .(7) To date, the inventors of the voting systems and the jurisdictions now eager to adopt them have resisted calls for paper backup - without which opportunities for either mischief or mischance abound.(8) by pure mischance the secret was revealed(9) His offended love, and Malvolio's humiliated suffering, are reminders of the harm done by mistake, mischance , drink, thoughtlessness and unkindness.(10) Should there be a mischance resulting in a Kerry administration, indiscretions will not be allowed to count.(11) Despite the subsequent labours of his brother Peter on his behalf, his reputation never fully recovered from this mischance .(12) Learning upon a mischance that I am a direct descendent of the line of Syed Shah Abd'al Razzak Banswi, she would always kiss my hands and touch them to her eyes in a salute upon visiting.(13) These are the folks who, either by accident of birth or mischance , are sufficiently different from the rest of us to attract attention.(14) This is not entirely mischance , for if in the sixties the focus remained in the south, determined by the shadow of the past, in the fifties it moved decisively north.(15) By dramatic mischance , two days after agreeing he was abruptly removed from his post in unexplained circumstances.(16) ├ö├ç├┐Rob,├ö├ç├û I called, attempting to tap him on the shoulder, but by mischance hitting him on the head with the paddle still clasped in my hand.