Some articles on occur:
... It is said to occur particularly on the ring finger but can occur on any of the fingernails ... It can also occur in thyrotoxicosis and is thought to be due to sympathetic overactivity ...
... Sometimes flypasts occur in special situations, to honour someone or to celebrate certain types of aircraft ... Often they occur in purely display contexts at airshows, but it is the flypasts linked with civic, ceremonial and national pride, that imprint themselves on a nation's memory ... In Commonwealth countries, notably Singapore, Canada and Australia, they occur on national days and occasionally on anniversaries ...
... Finally, some people believe that tornadoes only occur in North America, do not occur in winter, are attracted to mobile home parks, or that some areas are protected from tornadoes by rivers ...
... As a result of this streamlining improper payments will no longer occur or be avoided completely ... will be available to support a payment that should occur and will not be available to payments that should not occur ...
... They occur only once ... The never occur for you in quite the same way that they occur for someone else, so that in the tiny differences between them you can reemploy a model or strategy that someone else has ...
More definitions of "occur":
- (verb): Come to one's mind; suggest itself.
- (verb): To be found to exist.
Example: "Sexism occurs in many workplaces"; "precious stones occur in a large area in Brazil"
Famous quotes containing the word occur:
“Usually he has no thoughtsbut as an exception to this rule sometimes nasty thoughts occur to him.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“A man will be imprisoned in a room with a door thats unlocked and opens inwards; as long as it does not occur to him to pull rather than push.”
—Ludwig Wittgenstein (18891951)
“It is so wonderful to our neurologists that a man can see without his eyes, that it does not occur to them that is just as wonderful that he should see with them; and that is ever the difference between the wise and the unwise: the latter wonders at what is unusual, the wise man wonders at the usual.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)