They provide a payout based on a contingency , charging a premium for the privilege.
Yet, this same contingency is what leads to the organised liar's defeat, because lying can never be a substitute for the truth.
Most local headhunters operate on contingency , which means they do not charge or have commitment with the client until they offer the the right executive.
This was a contingency that most had predicted.
Simply, there is nothing to see ‘correctly’; there are only shifting webs of contingency .
the island's public affairs can be invaded by contingency
Christmas is looming ever closer, and this morning on the radio warnings were going out to holiday campers, to have a contingency for possible evacuations, in the event of fire.
Also a small contingency of seats was reserved for emergencies.
The other is indignation at some historians' recourse to contingency and the counterfactual to unsettle old certainties.
The value of wondering about life is not diminished thereby, but the big quest may amount to ‘confronting the fragility, unpredictability and contingency of life and doing the best we can with it’.