Nothing under the sun is accidental, least of all that of which
the intention is so clearly evident.
[Ger., Nichts unter der Sonne ist Zufall--am wenigsten das wovon
die Absicht so klar in die Augen leuchtet.]
By many a happy accident.
Our wanton accidents take root, and grow
To vaunt themselves God's laws.
The chapter of accidents is the longest chapter in the book.
The accident of an accident.
I have shot mine arrow o'er the house
And hurt my brother.
At first laying down, as a fact fundamental,
That nothing with God can be accidental.
Chapter of accidents.
Of moving accidents by flood and field.
Accidents will occur in the best regulated families.
To what happy accident is it that we owe so unexpected a visit?
What the reason of the ant laboriously drags into a heap, the
wind of accident will collect in one breadth.
[Was der Ameise Vernunft muhsam, zu Haufen schleppt, jagt in
einem Hui der Wind des Zufalls zusammen.
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