01. The school principal is investigating an [incident] at the school in which two children threatened to beat up another child if he didn't give them his lunch money.
02. The riot at the prison started as a result of an [incident] in which an inmate was beaten up by a couple of guards.
03. Any violent [incidents] which occur must be immediately reported to the principal.
04. Two people are dead, and five injured as a result of three separate [incidents] which occurred during the long weekend.
05. Police reported no [incidents] at the three-day music festival.
06. The terrorist attack in London was the worst [incident] to hit the city since the IRA bombings of the past.
07. There has been a noticeable drop in the [incidence] of crime in the area since the teen center opened up.
08. He was interviewed on television regarding an [incident] in which he claimed to have seen a UFO.
09. A young boy was badly beaten this past weekend during an [incident] in which a group of drunk teenagers began arguing outside a nightclub.
10. According to local authorities, there were no violent [incidents] to report this Halloween, which is an improvement over last year.
11. Islamic members of our community have reported an increase in racist [incidents] since the terrorist attacks of September 11th.
12. In 1984, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that a host may be held partly responsible for serving alcohol to persons later involved in drunk-driving [incidents].
13. In 1969, customers at a gay bar in New York clashed with police in an [incident] considered by many to be the birth of the homosexual rights movement.
14. Billions of dollars have been spent on cancer research in the last forty years, yet the [incidence] of cancer continues to increase.
15. Police have found a strong correlation between cheap drink nights and the number of [incidents] that occur next to drinking establishments.
16. Eknath Easwaran once noted that our behavior in little every [incident] tells us a great deal.

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