How to use Coincidentally in a sentence

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  • It was while working as a restaurant hostess in L.A. that she landed the role as Hanna on the WB's Felicity, where, coincidentally, she met her first husband, Scott Foley.

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  • Coincidentally, a similar game show will premiere just one day earlier on FOX, titled Don't Forget the Lyrics.

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  • Coincidentally, he also assisted in building the first atomic bomb.

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  • Coincidentally, Ephram and Amy also decide to give their relationship another try and the series draws to an end.

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  • South Beach conjures up images of beautiful people in revealing bathing suits, tanned and with rippling muscles, which coincidentally or not, is precisely how many people would like to appear!

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  • South Beach conjures up images of beautiful people in skimpy bathing suits, tanned and with rippling muscles, which coincidentally or not, is precisely how many of us would like to appear!

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  • Mykill Aresco , relocated to Texas in 2000 and just happened to move to the exact neighborhood that Orrie Velasques was in - coincidentally only one block away!

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  • Coincidentally, that also meant they were focusing on "...every taut derriere muscle of each female Olympic beach volleyball athlete," according to Theresa Thomas of the The Catholic Exchange.

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  • A list of definitions of SEO words and concepts - which coincidentally happen to be popular search-engine queries for anyone looking for higher page rankings.

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  • Perhaps not coincidentally, this is exactly the size of a modern embedded processor.

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  • Coincidentally enough, Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn met during the film, The Break-Up in 2005.

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  • Coincidentally, that dog was also a Dachshund and died at the age of 20.

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  • Coincidentally, I get the same feeling from that as I do from playing Burnout Legends for the Nintendo DS.

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  • Coincidentally, William Gibson's novel Neuromancer, published in 1984, is widely considered to be the first cyberpunk novel.

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  • Yothers has a foster sister who is coincidentally also named Tina.

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