By coincidence , the factory closed down in 1912, the year the Titanic went down at sea with such a huge loss of life.
By coincidence , I got there a few minutes before Bob Hager, who had an appointment.
The win was a remarkable coincidence for Hazel, who worked as a domestic cleaner for one of the Turnbull family more than ten years ago.
it's no coincidence that this new burst of innovation has occurred in the free nations
they met by coincidence
By coincidence , a few hours earlier one of White's many underworld contacts had phoned offering information.
By coincidence , he lived in my same building where I had just bought an apartment but I still hadn't moved in yet.
By coincidence , both of October's plays were other people's ideas.
It is a remarkable coincidence that the elections were held on the eleventh anniversary of these dramatic events.
We can even make sense of such a coincidence in the case of events such as battles and headaches.