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1. I have a recurrent dream that I've turned into an elephant.
2. Recurrent dreams are not necessarily indicative of psychological problems.
3. Race is a recurrent theme in the work.
4. He suffered from recurrent bouts of fever.
5. Poverty is a recurrent theme in her novels.
6. Political revolution is a recurrent theme in Riley's books.
7. Nature is a recurrent theme in Frost's poetry.
8. The theme of creation is a recurrent motif in Celtic mythology.
9. LeFanu suffered all his life from a recurrent nightmare that he was trapped in a falling house.
10. For much of his life he suffered from recurrent bouts of depression.
11. These contradictions explain the recurrent expenditure crises.
12. Unemployment was a recurrent problem throughout this period.
13. Social relationships are therefore patterned and recurrent.
14. Try to identify any recurrent causes of stress.
15. Networks with closed loops are called recurrent networks.
16. Feedback networks that have closed loops are recurrent systems.
17. Histology showed this to be a recurrent hepatocellular carcinoma.
18. For recurrent decisions, a general rule is required.
19. Few countries can afford increments in their recurrent budget.
20. Recurrent anxiety and depression with progressive deterioration.
21. The herpes simplex virus can also cause recurrent ulcers.
22. All your recurrent fears of the world ganging up on you came to the surface, and you ran away.
23. They include poor growth, recurrent chest infections, chronic diarrhoea and skin infections.
24. A persistent, recurrent theme; a single strand of ancient lore in the weave.
25. Patients with brittle diabetes or recurrent staphylococcal infections are also unsuitable for infusion pumps.
26. Absenteeism, recurrent minor illnesses, accidents at home and at work and disturbed relationships with colleagues are all commonplace.
27. A dentist may decide to extract the tooth to prevent recurrent trouble.
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28. She might have forgotten her completely had it not been for recurrent nightmares.
29. Treatment failure was defined as evidence by endoscopy of a recurrent duodenal ulcer crater.
30. The largest allocation went on defence, at 21.3 percent of recurrent spending.
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