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Synonyms for occur

exist

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occur to someone

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  • come to mind
  • strike someone
  • dawn on someone
  • come to you
  • spring to mind
  • cross someone's mind
  • present itself to someone
  • enter someone's head
  • offer itself to someone
  • suggest itself to someone

Synonyms for occur

to take place at a set time

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to enter a person's mind

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1.1502-28 is generally effective for debt discharges occurring after March 21, 2005.
Figure 4 depicts hypothetical models in which events occurring early in life could contribute or lead to PD later in life.
We used genetic analysis to investigate a novel, naturally occurring recombinant sapovirus.
Maybe there are numerous unwanted sexual behaviors occurring that remain hidden from the administration.
[check] Reports up the ladder do not have to be made unless it is reasonably likely that a violation has occurred, is occurring of is likely to occur in the future.
Syncope that occurs during exercise tends to be more ominous than that occurring in the post-exertional state(2).
Two of the cases involved single sexual encounters occurring prior to the transmitter's onset of symptoms.
The transaction is treated as occurring immediately before the close of the day before the election is effective.
In addition, FBI field divisions and legal attach offices also report such incidents occurring in the United States and its territories, as well as those in which a United States law enforcement officer dies while assigned to duties in another country.
Then, Kareev proposed, each individual constructs a sequence of perhaps seven or eight items--whatever working memory will allow--that displays each value's long-term frequency of occurring. In these brief sequences, volunteers alternate back and forth between heads and tails in order to portray the randomness they associate with a large number of coin flips.
In addition to the stress associated with transitions in general and the non-normative aspects of the change in a family with a son or daughter with mental retardation (i.e., occurring off-schedule), the family is faced with the stress of not enough change (Turnbull et al., 1986).
Self-stimulation and vocalization were the most commonly occurring behaviors, often reported every day.
Certain databases are likely to be particularly valuable in the identification of newly occurring terminology.
Since the mid-1940s, some 25 medical publications have reported altogether about 400 cases of childhood MS, with 20 percent occurring before puberty.