occurence


Related to occurence: occurrence policy
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occurence

n ocurrencia
References in classic literature ?
It was while he was engaged in this pursuit, that he was greatly startled and distressed by a most unexpected occurence.
The rise in precious metals last Friday is a prominent occurence, with expectations that the US Federal Reserve will raise the interest rate by 25 points in its upcoming meeting this month.
There is no need to take the cat to a vets, it's a normal occurence.
We certainly hope such an occurence never happens again.
That startling occurence comes after Bale's winner saw off Euro 2016 qualifying rivals Belgium - ranked second in the world - at a delirious Cardiff City Stadium on Friday night.
The meeting which was attended by Inspector General Police, Baluchistan, Additional Inspector General, Commissioner Quetta Division, top army and civilian officers, while condemning the dastardly act, discussed in detail the factors and also made a plan to check the occurence of any similar incident in future.
is is also a regular occurence coming out of Bridge Street.
Improvised explosive devices (IEDs) targeting police stations have been a common occurence over the past year and a half.
There are also occasions where a high dividend might be a reflection of a one-off occurence, like the sale of a subsidiary business.
The arrival of a new year is an ordinary occurence for many, but there are some who believe it pays to look into the alignment of stars and its meaning.
These mountains have become weak after the 2005 earthquake and landslides have become a regular occurence.
With clashes between young Palestinians and Israeli forces a daily occurence in Jerusalem especially in recent weeks and months, the frustration and difficulty of life in the West Bank is evident and may well ignite a third intifada, he indicated.