Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • intransitive verb To occur again.

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  • verb To occur again; to recur.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "We used to treat 100 women (with chemotherapy) to benefit two or three," Kotwall said, adding that for patients to qualify for the new approach, they have to show low or medium risk that the cancer will reoccur, which is determined through genetic testing on the tumor.

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  • But the factors that created those past windfalls may not reoccur, meaning the fund managers may not match their previous returns as more money chases fewer opportunities.

    Vulture Funds Circle Troubled Companies

  • Use only numbers 1-9, and never use a number more than once per run a number may reoccur in the same row, in a separate run.

    Kakuro 1,263 medium

  • Use only numbers 1-9, and never use a number more than once per run a number may reoccur in the same row, in a separate run.

    Kakuro 1,185 easy

  • Use only numbers 1-9, and never use a number more than once per run a number may reoccur in the same row, in a separate run.

    Kakuro 1,274 hard

  • Use only numbers 1-9, and never use a number more than once per run a number may reoccur in the same row, in a separate run.

    Kakuro 1,245 medium

  • It was an unacceptable failure and one that cannot be allowed to reoccur.

    Computer audit blames hardware, human error for massive failure

  • Use only numbers 1-9, and never use a number more than once per run a number may reoccur in the same row, in a separate run.

    Kakuro 1,242 hard

  • Use only numbers 1-9, and never use a number more than once per run a number may reoccur in the same row, in a separate run.

    Kakuro 1,175 medium

  • Use only numbers 1-9, and never use a number more than once per run a number may reoccur in the same row, in a separate run.

    Kakuro 1,258 hard

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  • A one time repitition

    June 9, 2009