Good news indeed, particularly in the context of the economic downturn, which, incidentally, nobody mentioned.
Both of these nations, incidentally, are now home to Russian occupation forces.
If none of this was their fault, why did they do that, incidentally?
The Fair Housing Act was passed in 1968—and vigorously enforced, incidentally, by a HUD secretary named George Romney.
Jobs could have been very fortunate; a medical exam for something else incidentally picked up an early pancreatic carcinoma.
It was a Kansas City newspaper reporter who incidentally brought home to me the fact that I was no longer very young.
incidentally it is worth noting that there were about 120 lbs.
I am soaking the red pepper out of my eyes, and incidentally bathing my bruises at the same time.
incidentally the tree may minister to the needs and comfort and pleasure of man.
incidentally it may be added that they were married, as planned, the following summer.