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A coincidence is the occurrence of unrelated events in close proximity of space or time.
It may also refer to:
- Coincidence, mathematics term for a point tow mappings' domains sharing an image point; see Coincidence point
- Coincidence, scientific term for an instance of rays of light striking a surface at the same point and at the same time.
- Coincidence, term for physical road bearing more than one designation; see Concurrency (road)
- Coincidence, alternate English title for Blind Chance, the 1987 Polish film Przypadek by Krzysztof Kieślowski
- Coincidence, English title for the 1958 film Jogajog, based on the novel Jogajog
- Coincidence, English title for the 1969 Bollywood film Ittefaq (film)
- Coincidence (1915 film) short film distributed by General Film Company
- Coincidence (1921 film) directed by Chet Withey and starring Robert Harron
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