Coincidence: a definition

Coincidence
kəʊˈɪnsɪd(ə)ns
noun
1. an utterly remarkable concurrence of events or circumstances without any apparent causal connection whatsoever.
“it was a coincidence that he gave us $100,000 and then we awarded their company a contract worth millions of dollars.”

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A smiling Muz

Micromanagement
mahy-kroh-man-ij
verb
1. a management style whereby a manager closely observes or controls the work of all his subordinates or employees.
“Metiria Turei has also criticised the inquiry for not including how “micro-manager” Mr McCully dealt with the situation.”

Question to Siri: Siri, can there be a coincidence where a micromanager is calling the shots?

Siri: Um… no…. duh.

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