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occurrence

In insurance terminology, an accident or a continuous exposure to conditions which result in injury or damage, provided the injury or damage is neither expected nor intended.
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Many of the nefarious connotations associated with interrogations are media generated and rarely occur in real life.
It is my belief that wear of the internal surfaces of the mixer that occurs due to the mixing action of rubber and plastic compounds is primarily due to corrosive (oxidation), chemical attack and the abrasive, adhesive and erosive wear mechanism.
Disaster victims certainly deserve our help, but our generosity is wildly out of proportion when we consider the millions of preventable deaths that occur year after year in developing regions.
Geologists will examine the samples to see what types of rocks line the fault and look for clues as to how they change shape, or deform, under the high pressures and temperatures that occur deep underground.
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Dull areas occur not only near the sprue but are also frequently found downstream of sharp edges in the molded part.
Such movement can, for example, occur through human travel and trade, by natural movement of wild animals including migratory birds, and by anthropogenic movement of animals.
Kirsch et al, in this month's Imaging Clinic, state that Lemierre's syndrome usually occurs after a nasopharyngeal infection accompanied by a persistently high fever.
Some assaults are particularly violent and/or occur in the presence of witnesses.
If the change occurs in the initial year the property was placed in service, Prop.
However, seizure can occur as a result of hypertension and reduced cerebral perfusion, and therefore does not always indicate that epilepsy is the underlying cause(l).