The differences in overall victimization are driven mainly by the incidences of completed rape.
incidences of gay men being hanged in public have been graphically reported upon.
To obviate this disturbance it is best to work at incidences as nearly as possible perpendicular.
The effect of this was to minimize digging and somewhat spread the incidences of the weight.
early 15c., "incidental matter," from Middle French incidence (15c.), from Late Latin incidentia (see incident (n.)). Meaning "act of coming into contact with" is from 1650s; sense in physics is from 1620s.
incidence in·ci·dence (ĭn'sĭ-dəns)
The extent or rate of occurrence, especially the number of new cases of a disease in a population over a period of time.
The arrival of radiation or a projectile at a surface.