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- n. common misspelling of occurrence.
“The results using decimal approximations depend on the Flash app stopping when the 25th occurence is reached.”
“In fact, this occurence is probably just one of many factors that led to the drop in CD sales.”
“Hitting preview, reading it, checking spelling, and assuming that the content will be forever saved by some chance technological occurence is a mixture of good practice and poor assumption, but when do those two ever exist together in perfect harmony?”
“I am not arguing causality, but co-occurence, which is all you need in a lot of political contexts.”
“Identifies some of the ranking factors at Google: title, order of words in title, keyword occurence in the text, site authority metrics.”
“With these three elements, we can say that anything that is not "an occurence which is abstracted over reality and permits the idea of multiple futures or permitted, if the game is already finished" is not a game.”
“Double or Nothing is the epitome of that modern/postmodern text that, in Jerzy Kutnik's words, "not so much says something about reality but, by its occurence and presence, does something as a reality in its own right.”
“What was added, rather, was the awareness that all art is always performatory, that it not so much says something about reality, but, by its occurence and presence, does something as a reality in its own right ....”
“Just study any financial crap-shoot and you will see the same occurence time after time.”
“I bellowed at my television set (a common occurence in my household) You idiots!”
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