- n. Plural form of occasion.
- n. something you have to do
“Our better categories where we continue to build momentum would be our celebrations area, which includes what we call occasions and includes party and wedding.”
“Awesome way to relax and clear my mind, I still hunt on certain occasions, i.e. if the deer movement has moved where I can hunt on a ridge/saddle area and I know the movement change is temporary.”
“The problem, as i have argued on many occasions, is not inherent to religion itself, but rather the people using religion as an excuse to forward their own nefarious goals.”
“On the other hand, we do merge and become one on certain occasions, so its a very interesting experience.”
“I think we should also try and help the environment, the amount of cards which are not recycled on special occasions is shocking!”
“The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable on certain occasions, that I wish it to be always kept alive.”
“Knowing how to write letters for all occasions is useful.”
“Which on some occasions, is warranted and others, sheer ego.”
“He is known to dock pay for senseless violence, and will kill only on certain occasions (he once killed the Top for setting the newer rogues against him and his set ofrogues).”
“He has been to jail on several occasions, is entirely dependent on the state but not once has he ever been forced into some form of genuine rehabilitation.”
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