Tyler's assistant secretary, who had been left at home, assured me that there was no doubt but that the Toreador had sailed as promised, since he knew his employer well enough to be positive that nothing short of an act of God
would prevent his doing what he had planned to do.
We all fought shy of 30d on the east and 175d on the west, and, though we had to skirt them pretty close, nothing but an act of God
ever drew one of us across.
A: An act of God
has been defined as an accident, due directly and exclusively to natural causes without human intervention, which by no amount of foresight, pains or care, reasonably to have been expected, could have been prevented.
During the hearing the HESCO's counsel argued that the incident was an act of God
and that the company's officials could not face the criminal litigation.
Alaska Integrated Media was not able to successfully argue that the fence around the transmitter of KOAN-AM Anchorage was inaccessible, nor was it able to pin blame for the damage on an act of God
We do everything to ensure that we do not have accidents, but it is an act of God
," she said.
Summary: Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann has a controversial take on Hurricane Irene, insinuating it was an act of God
Essentially, an Act of God
clause will allow insurers to deny liability for an event such as a volcanic eruption.
Those who have booked their own flights may well be offered a refund of their ticket price, but ancillary expenses such as car hire, car parking, hotel and villa hire, may not be covered by insurance because companies could use an Act of God
defence to avoid paying compensation.
Easter is not just chocolate eggs, hot cross buns and a holiday, but an act of God
It is most assuredly an act of God
that moves the heart of mankind to tangibly engage in the sufferings of one's fellow man, provoking actions clearly modeling the very essence of God's love and compassion toward His creation.
At this point I really think it will take an act of God
to change her, because she is that far out there.
Joel names this plague as an act of God
and calls the people to repentance, a call that will be heard.
Need to know the difference between an act of God
and an act of nature?
Is there such a thing as an act of God
when it comes to making an insurance claim, or is it just another urban myth?