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  • verb Alternative spelling of reoccur.

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Examples

  • It is safer for the students if evil can be confronted on the spot, and Virginia Tech tragedy can ever re-occur.

    Texas Lawmaker Proposes Guns On Campus

  • Until then, the pattern witnessed today will certainly re-occur in New Jersey -- and the rest of the country as well.

    Morton Goldfein: Something's Rotten in the State of New Jersey

  • Even though we can predict with confidence that, once again, in broad daylight, the theft of hundreds of billions of dollars from motorists will re-occur this year, as in each and every year in recent memory; must we also expect the banal response from both the mainstream media and the blogosphere that we usually get?

    GASOLINE PRICES- countdown to rip-off

  • Whilst this fix initially worked, Unfortunately the crashes started to re-occur and unfortunately deleting the data key does not fix the problem anymore, even if I import and then re delete the key!

    Fixing Microsoft Word 2007 crashing feature — RuthEllison.com

  • As for other superheros appearing, like Magneto and Captain Marvel, these are just cameos, most likely never to re-occur.

    dailycomic Diary Entry

  • And I hope to be able to do so in a changed environment, where the extent of scandal has not and cannot re-occur, and your national government is free to address the other challenges that face our great country.

    Ending the Culture of Entitlement

  • "As the ANC we regret (it), and we are certainly going to make every effort ensure that they don't re-occur."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • To ensure that all affected consumer received notice of the problem and to reduce the possibility that such problems will re-occur, we urge SunnComm International, Inc. and MediaMax Technology Corp. to promptly:

    Boing Boing: December 4, 2005 - December 10, 2005 Archives

  • We should also mention that the “surge” in tax revenues had transitional elements that will not likely re-occur next year either.

    A New Sound in the Echo Chamber

  • We should also mention that the “surge” in tax revenues had transitional elements that will not likely re-occur next year either.

    Sesame Street Math for Grover (Norquist)

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