The courts are unlikely to end the death penalty in America.
However, it's unlikely North Korea blew up a large pure-fission bomb.
A shoplot above a Chinese dai chow is an unlikely place to find a wine bar.
Still, if they do, President Obama retains the veto, and overrides are unlikely.
A 1930s style deflation, when American prices fell by 25% in all, remains highly unlikely.
As BT is a smaller operator in mobile, it is unlikely that the merger will have a significant effect.
In the extremely unlikely event of a tie remaining, Shirley will have final decision on breaking the tie.
We might have had a soft Brexit deal (unlikely), no deal (possible), no Brexit (unlikely) or hard Brexit (probable).
Dee Snider, who rose to fame as the lead singer of the heavy-metal band Twisted Sister, has found an unlikely second career as a Broadway baby.
But there is time before a general election – probably quite a lot of time, given how unlikely a Conservative leader is to try to go to the polls.
And in the event that a second stimulus is in fact considered, it is highly unlikely that the Senate would pass the HEROES Act in its current form.
As a result, consumer demand, which determines 60% of GDP, is unlikely to return in a hurry as most people are stepping out only to buy essentials.
Christakis has found an unlikely ally in Ben Carson, the equally unlikely front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination.
The market is still boosted by government policies designed to ensure prices keep rising, even in an environment where wages are unlikely to grow and interest rates look unlikely to rise significantly for many years.
Furthermore, it seems unlikely that many people would want to donate no matter how upset their families were, so allowing families to veto retrieval is unlikely to be against the all-things-considered wishes of many of the deceased.
I will be considered too frail, too unlikely to survive and too difficult to be weaned off ventilation on the other side - I have respiratory muscle weakness and therefore I'm unlikely to return to a meaningful quality of life - and that's only IF I survived.
But these measures are unlikely to go nearly far enough to address the asymmetry between the supply of used vehicles and demand that is unlikely to rebound anytime soon given that almost 17 million Americans sought jobless benefits in just the last three weeks.
In an interview with the Guardian over the weekend, the Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer said that Labour Members of Parliament would be unlikely to accept any deal without a second referendum attached — something which the Conservative government is highly unlikely to allow.
A brief explanation: long odds (eg 100-1 against, normally expressed as 100-1) mean something unlikely; shorter odds (eg 10-1) still mean it’s unlikely, but less unlikely; odds on (eg 2-1 on, sometimes expressed as 1-2) means it is likely, so if you were betting £2 you would win only £1 plus the stake.
- not likely to be true or to occur or to have occurred
Example: legislation on the question is highly unlikely
- having a probability too low to inspire belief
- has little chance of being the case or coming about
Example: an unlikely story
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