occurence

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occurence

n ocurrencia
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It was while he was engaged in this pursuit, that he was greatly startled and distressed by a most unexpected occurence.
Ouna termed the loss as normal occurence in football and vowed to stick to his tactics which bore fruits in the National Super League.
Don't miss this once in a lifetime event, as the Philippines last observed a super blue blood moon occurence on Dec.
Sheikh Rasheed predicted that he doesn't see the occurence of general elections in 2018.
Tenders are invited for Construction Of Damaged Pannels And Parapets Caused Due To Slip Occurence On 07-04-2017 At Rd-3700m Of Wlc
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 7 (ANI): Hours after it was reported on Friday that Devendra Fadnavis had a narrow escape while boarding his helicopter in Alibaug, the Maharashtra Chief Minister denied any occurence of the accident.
The higher prices are a normal occurence due to the lack of local produce of livestock and the increasing rate of imports, said Al-Bighaili.
On the occasion of this article, we would like to remind our readers that our association considers it a "mission" to conduct or financially support studies which examine occurence and spreading of diseases in pediatrics, the preventive and control methods in relation with these diseases and the psychosocial problems which might affect the health and wellbeing of children.
Road accidents are a common occurence in Afghanistan, where roads are often in poor condition and traffic laws are rarely enforced.
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.