• a victim of circumstance
  • (自分ではどうすることもできない)状況の犠牲者
  • according to circumstances
  • 周囲の状況に応じて,臨機応変に
  • Circumstances alter cases.
  • ((諺))事情によっては話は違ってくる,善悪良否は事情次第
  • Depending on the circumstances, we may leave tomorrow.
  • 状況によってはあす出発するかもしれません
  • In other circumstances, we might have become friends.
  • こんな巡り合わせでなければ友人同士になれたかもしれないのに
  • without circumstance
  • 儀式ばらないで,手軽に
  • 1035), with a short history of the circumstances of the gift.
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  • According to Jody Joy, curator of the Iron Age collection at the British Museum, the importance of Lindow Man lies more in how he lived rather than how he died, as the circumstances surrounding his demise may never be fully established.
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  • All three sites are nearly monospecific assemblages, meaning that they contain practically only one species, which requires very special circumstances.
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  • Also as of 2010, women constitute 37% of the tenured professors and earn 93.8% of what male professors earn—numbers which suggest favorable gender circumstances.
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  • Although his form later faltered, he played some substantial innings in difficult circumstances and ended the season with 1,441 runs at an average of 38.94.
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  • Analogously, gamma rays can in some circumstances dissociate atomic nuclei in a process called photodisintegration.
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  • As an 18th-century English peasant, circumstances dictated that when in 1726 Toft again became pregnant, she continue working in the fields.
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  • But how, it may be asked, can any analogous principle apply in nature? I believe it can and does apply most efficiently, from the simple circumstance that the more diversified the descendants from any one species become in structure, constitution, and habits, by so much will they be better enabled to seize on many and widely diversified places in the polity of nature, and so be enabled to increase in numbers.
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  • But the feelings are of the truest and most exquisite class; every circumstance is adorned with that species of imagination, which enlists itself under the banners of delicacy and sentiment.
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  • Captain one match and out of the side the next looks like ingratitude, but you understand the circumstances and will be the first to admit that your form has not been good.
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  • Despite this perception, a spread-skill relationship is often weak or not found, as spread-error correlations are normally less than 0.6, and only under special circumstances range between 0.6–0.7.
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  • Flew maintained that if a religious believer could not say what circumstances would have to exist for their statements about God to be false, then they are unfalsifiable.
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  • Following the death of Sergius in 638, Pyrrhus succeeded him as Patriarch, but was shortly deposed due to political circumstances.
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  • Hand grew up in comfortable circumstances on Albany's main residential street.
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  • He also noted that attacks on submarines would be restricted to suitably extreme circumstances and that the two parties in the war would still not be able to engage neutral vessels.
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  • He decided numerous games with last-second plays (e.g., The Shot) and performed at a high level even under adverse circumstances (e.g., Flu Game).
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  • He defended the Royal Navy tradition of sending boys aged 15 to 17 to sea, but the practice was generally discontinued shortly after the disaster, and under 18-year-olds served on active warships in only the most exceptional circumstances.
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  • However, as her mother's mental health deteriorated, Marjory took on more responsibilities, eventually managing some of the family finances and gaining a maturity imposed upon her by circumstance.
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  • However, Cibber was an even better King in these respects, more high-profile both as a political opportunist and as the powerful manager of Drury Lane, and with the crowning circumstance that his political allegiances and theatrical successes had gained him the laureateship.
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