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When upsets do happen at tennis’s biggest tournaments, they’re much more likely to occur later in the year.

There are other keywords that somehow never occur to us, even though they may be of interest to consumers.

Should a recall election occur, though, the thing to watch will be whether Democrats and independents become more supportive of it.

After that, measures of transmission, such as the fraction of Covid-19 tests that yield positive results, could be used as an indicator of how much spread is still occurring.

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Real change occurs when we take the time to educate that disability is not the problem.

Eating disorders, on the other hand, are driven largely by biological processes that occur on the inside.

But one extra trick would instantly solve the problem of crashes that occur over water.

They maintain that the initial radicalization tends to occur offline before it is then reinforced online.

We, on the other hand, on the police side, will naturally gear up to deal with any potential contingency that might occur.

Diagnosis of CTE is often considered to be specialized and has to occur at a designated institution like Boston University.

Sometimes in the case of large plants, cones have been known to occur on the tips of the branches of the Marsh Horsetail.

The upper part of the stem is usually unbranched, but whorls of branches occur towards the base.

They generally occur together, but the pigment is not infrequently present alone.

With this I will end this letter, leaving it in this state until it is time to seal it, in case anything should occur to be added.

And if that was the case, Mrs. Robin didn't mean to let anything of the kind occur again.

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On this page you'll find 117 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to occur, such as: appear, arise, crop up, develop, ensue, and exist.

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