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re·cur·rence

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  1. recurrencenoun

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    reoccurrence

  2. recurrencenoun

    Return or reversion to a certain state.

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    reoccurrence

  3. recurrencenoun

    The instance of recurring; frequent occurrence.

    I shall insensibly go on from a rare to a frequent recurrence to the dangerous preparations. I. Taylor.

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    reoccurrence

  4. recurrencenoun

    A return of symptoms as part of the natural progress of a disease.

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    reoccurrence

  5. recurrencenoun

    Recourse.

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    reoccurrence

Princeton's WordNet1.0 / 1 vote

  1. recurrence, returnnoun

    happening again (especially at regular intervals)

    "the return of spring"

    Synonyms:
    restoration, reappearance, income tax return, counter, homecoming, riposte, comeback, rejoinder, tax return, restitution, proceeds, paying back, replication, coming back, retort, return, return key, take, takings, yield, regaining, getting even, payoff, issue

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  1. Shauna Martin:

    On Martin's quest to prevent recurrence, she started a diet of only raw vegan foods and green juices. I would go to the farmers’ market and just buy everything that I could find and see, and I would juice half, make salads with the other half, and it was amazing how quickly I rebounded from the toxins from all the chemotherapy. My hair grew back quickly, my skin started to really glow— and then the energy, I’d never had that much energy in my entire life. After years of juicing at home, Martin left her corporate job and launched Daily Greens, a national cold-pressed green juice company. I realized what I'm most passionate about in life is trying to make other people healthy, and for me that really starts with a green juice every day, Martin said. Martin continued her mission to motivate others, and published her recipes and personal health plan in her book, Daily Greens, 4-Day Cleanse.

  2. The Commission:

    The request is based on the grounds that the expiry of the measures would be likely to result in continuation of dumping and recurrence of injury to the (EU) industry.

  3. Steven Narod:

    The chances diminish by half with radiation, and are almost eliminated with mastectomy. People want to avoid it. Quality of life seems to be improved if recurrence was removed, if you're going to have this treatment to reduce recurrence, I would say get the mastectomy. The better of those two treatments, mastectomy involves a tremendous amount of mental relief.

  4. Naamit Kurshan Gerber:

    So we’ve had evidence before this paper that in women over 70, adding radiation lowers the risk of local recurrence, but it doesn’t change survival. And this study is really adding to the weight of that evidence, but it’s also, of course, lowering the age from 70 to 65, the role of radiation in these women is really reducing this risk of local recurrence, which it does, but there’s really no effect on overall survival.

  5. Patrick Henry:

    Bad men cannot make good citizens. It is impossible that a nation of infidels or idolaters should be a nation of freemen. It is when a people forget God that tyrants forge their chains. A vitiated state of morals, a corrupted public conscience, is incompatible with freedom. No free government, or the blessings of liberty, can be preserved to any people but by a firm adherence to justice, moderation, temperance, frugality, and virtue; and by a frequent recurrence to fundamental principles.


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