- v happen or occur again
This is a recurring story
- v return in thought or speech to something
- v have recourse to
- It sounds like a recurring nightmare: an armed male intruder breaks into a women's dorm and with a gun and a butcher's knife, binds and gags all the residents.
- A new team of cosmonauts tackles Mir's recurring problems PTI Magazine, August 8, 1997.
- Warren is a conservative Christian, a former recurring guest on James Dobson's radio show, a man who used the overweening right-wing group Focus on the Family to help promote .
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- Silvestre Reyes in FOXNews
I don't know why he went to the extent that he did in that interview, but certainly I hope that doesn't recur,Reyes said.
- Saeb Erekat in Reuters South Africa
We are working hard to reach a full calm, a full cessation of hostilities. We want to make sure that what happened will not recur,Erekat said.
- John Bennett Ramsey in CBS 5
Stage two is to make sure that the problems that developed in the financial system, problems that we know started from America, that these problems do not recur again and we give people the confidence that we have taken the action that is necessary... Gordon Brown http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Brown&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNE-PFSKfa_9Cue9zTZuv_tG4sb9AQ Voice of America http://www.google.com/url?q=http://voanews.com/english/2008-10-15-voa8.cfm&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFavGPgH-KL-IJtaoofZLLYRDRz_Q Oct 15, 2008
81372 150119 recurred This last time that it recurred, it just was a tougher fight, you could tell that right from the beginning. And it was the first time, I guess, I started to realize that we might lose this one," John Ramsey says.