occur

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  • Further research will need to be done to find how this occurs.
  • Less commonly pain may occur primarily in the back or top of the head.
  • Sources give no reasons to believe that his death occurred from causes other than natural.
  • Mountain snow covering has also been known to occur during the other seasons.
  • Snow is rare but can occur at almost any time of year.
  • It has been suggested that it occurs at a very low level in humans.
  • The entire process occurs over a period of several days.
  • These difficulties occur a quarter to a third of the time on average.
  • A very even fight between British and French infantry was about to occur.
  • Most often this occurs when one player (or all) has no cards left.
  • Since the establishment of the office this has occurred on six occasions.
  • This song was recorded just one day after the disaster occurred.
  • If the results that actually occur fall in a given event, that event is said to have occurred.
  • If the results that actually occur fall in a given event, the event is said to have occurred.
  • In addition, the first applications of game theory to philosophy and political science occurred during this time.
  • Variations in the construction process often occur in the latter two parts of this process.
  • They were particularly concerned about people whose death occurred as a result of medical errors.
  • If this does not occur, it will eventually become extinct in the wild.
  • This then raises the question of why the battle occurred when it did.
  • Where n is the number of times an event occurred and t is the duration.
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Meaning of occur

  • verb Come to one's mind; suggest itself
    It occurred to me that we should hire another secretary, A great idea then came to her
  • verb To be found to exist
    sexism occurs in many workplaces, precious stones occur in a large area in Brazil