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  • He would appear here on occasion and present himself as a god to the public.
  • On such occasions he does not take the least care of himself.
  • On that occasion he gave a half-hour interview about his work.
  • He finished in the points on four other occasions, but did not win again.
  • The imperial title was only used on one other occasion during his reign.
  • He thus used both, using one or the other on certain occasions.
  • His enemies took note of this and kept it in mind for a future occasion.
  • On occasion several young women would live together in a household and form a religious community.
  • The book remained popular, and was re-published on several occasions.
  • On occasion, established artists, once their record contract has finished, move to an independent label.
  • On a few occasions he refused to get out of bed.
  • It is an occasion for the hosts to show their new home to their friends.
  • This was the first occasion that the ceremony had taken place outside of England.
  • The film has been released in video on two separate occasions, with different video covers.
  • It doesn't matter about party politics on an occasion such as this.
  • Since the establishment of the office this has occurred on six occasions.
  • On two occasions, he is captured and the team has to rescue him.
  • They are also known on occasion to eat plant material.
  • On more than one occasion people could see them holding hands, even during official engagements.
  • City status grants have been used to mark special royal and other occasions.
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Meaning of occasion

  • noun Reason
    there was no occasion for complaint
  • noun The time of a particular event
    on the occasion of his 60th birthday
  • noun An opportunity to do something
    there was never an occasion for her to demonstrate her skill
  • verb Give occasion to