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adjective Occurring unpredictably; irregular.

casual

an introduced plant that has not become established in an area but which may occur away from cultivation.
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His pictures are casually autobiographical; his life and art are intimately connected, which is why, after all, he finally seems more a mensch than a megalomaniac.
In doing so, it provides the means for XML Web services to be used for seamless operation in casually connected environments, remote device management and software distribution, as well as, direct peer-to-peer interaction between mobile devices.
When he addresses the failed Bay of Pigs fiasco with an angry, ``How could I have been so stupid,'' reflects on his humiliation by Khruschev at the 1961 Vienna summit meeting or casually philosophizes on the Kennedy history of womanizing, Shannon's JFK is merely providing information without illumination.
Geometry is also casually apparent in most of the paintings.
The Marketing Advisory Committee guides the Convention & Visitors Bureau's vision to be recognized as the premier umbrella marketing partnership shaping the transformation of Greater Fort Lauderdale into a casually sophisticated year-round vacation and meeting destination.
WOODLAND HILLS - Whether decked out in Sunday best or casually attired, parishioners turned out by the hundreds to witness the opening of St.
The twenty-seven chromogenic color prints on view in "Photographic Tableaux: Tina Barney's Family Album" display bedrooms and bathrooms, living rooms and kitchens, in which infants, teenagers, mothers, and fathers appear to be casually expending a surfeit of leisure time.
The Franklin brand offers innovative products for all who enjoy sports, from children learning to play and those playing casually to athletes of all ages who aspire to be their best.
There's the casually gorgeous townie (Kate Bosworth) for whom both studs hold a torch, the usual bunch of good-looking-but-not-quite-as-hot-as-the-leLine is overdrawn ads, hyper-articulate supporting players, playing blandly edgy rebels without a clause in their standard network contracts, as well as the ruggedly dreamy rowing coach and the lousy father.
Comprising variously patterned and colored throw pillows of outsized proportions casually plopped down beside reductive, image-populated and text-inscribed paintings, Ken Lum's oblique arrangement of works set in motion a scramble for hermeneutic points of entry.
Eric Deckinger, President of Agro Soils notes: "Every week nursery owners/operators are hearing about us and casually dropping by to see what we are all about.