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1. There is a danger that the disease may recur.
2. If the swelling should recur, please take this medicine immediately.
3. Economic crises recur periodically.
4. We have to recur to arms for guarding our national dignity.
5. This kind of problem is likely to recur.
6. When his wife left him he had to recur to drinking.
7. Let us recur to the problem discussed last night.
8. The symptoms tend to recur.
9. These same skills recur throughout the book.
10. Those are periods of structural change and they recur after substantial periods.
11. And not only do the themes recur, but they overlap.
12. Two problems recur in attempts to adopt any of the above solutions to the problem of natural monopoly.
13. A range of issues recur throughout Genet's book.
14. Some themes recur in several papers and this is indicative of their urgency.
15. Particular themes recur in any discussion of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
16. Current expenditure consists of those items that recur regularly: expenditure on wages and salaries is the most typical example.
17. As with anorexia, the condition tends to recur after traditional forms of hospital treatment in medical or psychiatric units.
18. Four themes recur throughout this volume.
19. There is a strong probability that the problem will recur if we do not deal with it now.
20. Although the treatment for skin cancer is usually successful, the problem can recur later.
21. There is a strong possibility, however, that phantom pregnancies will recur at successive heats.
22. The repeating shape of the accompaniment in quavers is designed to recur only at the first beat of the seventh bar.
23. After eradication of H pylori, duodenal ulcers do not usually recur and the associated chronic gastritis gradually disappears.
24. The data are plotted in 27-day strips, to highlight those disturbances that recur with the solar rotation period.Sentencedict.com
25. Bromocriptine increases the level of dopamine in the brain, which controls rhythmic biological cycles that recur every 24 hours.
26. Although closely related to the subject-matter of the book, these recur only as underlying issues in the chapters to follow.
27. Bob carried out immediate treatment and reassured the client that the infestation would not recur because the drainage system had been replaced.
28. The first eunuchs are seen in the courts of ancient Persia and recur in both Byzantium and the Forbidden City.
29. The guarantee only agrees to re-treat the affected areas - it does not guarantee that the problem will not recur.
30. It is an increasingly influential idea in evolutionary theory, and one that will recur throughout the book.
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