Ferrari apologized to the local government and community for any “damage or offense” caused by the incident.
The incident strained relations with her friend Ronald Reagan, whom she had known since he was governor of California.
And three years ago the CEO of eBay was involved in an incident that was resolved.
In response to this, Fieldstone coach Steve Bluth said he couldn't recall the incident.
Before the Sept. 24, 2008, incident, “things were already difficult,” Perkins conceded in court.
The night passed without any incident, and at daybreak I awoke.
Do we not pardon a lack of incident in a novel of character?
There was, however, a rather curious hindrance to the final settlement, an incident which I cannot leave untold.
It is full of variety, full of incident, full of the picturesque.
Though Ruth was very much annoyed, the incident seemingly served to accentuate Winfield's enjoyment.
early 15c., "something which occurs casually in connection with something else," from Middle French incident and directly from Latin incidentem (nominative incidens), present participle of incidere "happen, befall," from in- "on" + -cidere, comb. form of cadere "to fall" (see case (n.1)). Sense of "an occurrence viewed as a separate circumstance" is from mid-15c. Meaning "event that might trigger a crisis or political unrest" first attested 1913.
"conducive (to), contributing (to)," early 15c., from Middle French incident (adj.) or directly from Latin incidens, present participle of incidere (see incident (n.)).