occas

Related to occas: occasion

occas.

1. occasional.
2. occasionally.
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The publication, which will be jointly owned by the FSCT and OCCA, will be produced, marketed and distributed by Springer Science + Business Media LLC (Springer), a well-respected international publisher of technical journals including a number of other association-sponsored journals such as JCTR.
Although he is insured with NFU Mutual Ken lost out on the ATV's because on the first occa - sion he left the keys in the ignition and on the second the bike was left outside.
aTE Sinking to the occa i sion Donald yet to occasion, Donald - yet to win a Major - accepted the Association of Golf Writers' 2011 player of the year award with the aplomb of a public speaker with a glittering future behind him.