Reoccurring



verb (used without object), occurred, occurring.
1.
to happen; take place; come to pass:
When did the accident occur?
2.
to be met with or found; present itself; appear.
3.
to suggest itself in thought; come to mind (usually followed by to):
An idea occurred to me.
verb (intransitive) -curs, -curring, -curred
1.
to happen; take place; come about
2.
to be found or be present; exist
3.
(foll by to) to be realized or thought of (by); suggest itself (to)

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