Synonym: return. Similar words: recurrent, occurrence, currency, current, currently, concurrent, irreverence, recur. Meaning: [rɪ'kɜrəns /-'kʌrəns] n. happening again (especially at regular intervals).
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1. A recurrence of this kind of illness is possible.
2. He has suffered a recurrence of his hamstring injury.
3. Measures must be taken to stop a recurrence of last night's violence.
4. Police are out in force to prevent a recurrence of the violence.
5. Job stress may cause a recurrence of the condition.
6. What action is being taken to prevent a recurrence?
7. Another useful and reliable intuition is that of recurrence of semantic contrast, or semantic proportion.
8. Another possibility is that the timescale represents recurrence in a physical limit-cycle, for example unstable flaring in a pair-plasma.
9. McGwire, however, suffered a recurrence of a foot injury, and his future is cloudy.
10. This patient's stone recurrence was noted within three months of the procedure.
11. There is a recurrence of the e-a assonance at the ends of lines, but in no definable pattern.
12. The recurrence rate of dysphagia, although initially high, decreases over time.
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13. All patients had a history of ulcer recurrence confirmed by endoscopy.
14. The recurrence of a niggling pelvic injury - plus difficulty in gaining consistent employment - turned McGahan toward the Rising Sun.
15. The recurrence rate was similar to that reported after two years' treatment with omeprazole.
16. The doctor told him to go to the hospital if there was a recurrence of his symptoms.
17. The trouble with a back injury is that there is a great risk of recurrence.
18. It has been further postulated that pouchitis represents a recurrence of ulcerative colitis in reservoirs with colonic metaplasia.
19. Extended follow up is required, to assess the longterm effects, particularly the stricture recurrence rate after final stent removal.
20. Over the decades of the 1970s and 1980s, the regulations adopted to prevent a recurrence of the Great Depression were rescinded.
21. Evidence was sought for factors that might predict gall stone recurrence.
22. These results suggest that the loss of intercellular communication mediated by gap junctions may be associated with the recurrence of gastric ulcers.
23. Now, almost sic years after presentation, this patient is alive and well with no signs of recurrence.
24. Willis had had to fly home from the West Indies in January 1981, with a recurrence of knee problems.
25. Additional aims included gaining further information about the timing and frequency of recurrence and learning how often this was associated with symptoms.
26. Over the past year she had had various painful illnesses and eventually it had been diagnosed as a recurrence of cancer.
27. It may, of course, be easier to quantify risk for natural hazards because of historical records and statistical estimation of recurrence intervals.
28. These findings indicate that prolonged supplementation with vitamin C may reduce the recurrence of adenomatous polyps.
29. These results indicate that the second hepatocellular carcinoma was of independent clonality and probably represents a de novo neoplasm rather than a recurrence.
30. With the exception of these 11 patients, when ultrasonagraphy suggested gall stone recurrence it was always accompanied by an oral cholecystectography.
More similar words: recurrent, occurrence, currency, current, currently, concurrent, irreverence, recur, surrender, resurrect, precursor, resurrection, adherence, coherence, reference, reverence, inference, deference, preference, conference, difference, precedence, interference, indifference, circumference, make a difference, press conference, curry, secure, surreal.