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Related to cooccur: To find out, prioritises
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.cooccur - go with, fall together
coexist - exist together
overlap - coincide partially or wholly; "Our vacations overlap"
collocate with, construe with, cooccur with, co-occur with, go with - go or occur together; "The word 'hot' tends to cooccur with 'cold'"
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The label pleonastic is not used in this paper because none of the EMs that cooccur are considered to be redundant as they convey specific nuances of meaning to the sequence.
Social interaction, rather than isolated input or output, is foregrounded as the context in which language use and language learning cooccur (Min, 2006).
posadasii probably cooccur in nature, given that both species have been isolated from patients in San Diego and Mexico and hybrid strains have been identified (1,16).
This is particularly relevant in areas where both toxic and nontoxic Alexandrium species cooccur (Smayda 2006, Touzet et al.
Hypothesis 2: Supportive interaction between two individuals, and between an individual common to those two individuals, will be likely to cooccur in online health forums.
Many chronic conditions not only cooccur, but also share several main risk factors.
Syndrome is a cluster of symptoms and signs that cooccur and it does not have a single etiology or pathology unlike a disease.
In particular, it is interesting to note that, among older adults, cognitive and movement disorders such as coordination difficulty [83], increased variability of movement [84], and slowing of movement [85] cooccur more frequently than what would be expected by chance, and the occurrence of either disorder raises the risk of onset of the other.
Since dialectically related constructs cooccur, each presupposing the existence of others, we do not seek causal, bivariate relationships, preferring instead to investigate relationships that are recursive and complex (Tobin, 2010a).
On the one hand, their stem alternant that directly precedes -ik cannot cooccur with the imperative morpheme, e.