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Meanings and phrases
- an event that occurs at a critical time; juncture
- a vaguely specified social event; affair; social occasion; function; social function
- the time of a particular event
- an opportunity to do something
- give occasion to
- a formal event performed on a special occasion; ceremony; ceremonial; observance
- now and then or here and there; occasionally; once in a while; now and then; now and again; at times; from time to time
- a vaguely specified social event; affair; occasion; function; social function
- On another occasion during the War, there were just 59 prisoners, including 5 women.
- On another occasion, seven inmates wearing only underwear were placed in a single room.
- On another occasion, Rivera claims to have returned to her bunk to find a piece of shrapnel in it.
- On each occasion, a single candidate was elected unopposed.
- On each occasion, the vessels turned out to be Allied ships.
- On each occasion a majority had been in favor of integration.
- It also marked the first occasion on which Russian rule was imposed over an Arab city.
- This was also the first occasion where the Senate was elected using proportional representation.
- Tacitus notes that this was the first occasion that anyone had been prosecuted for treason under Nero.
- Red lettering marked the occasion when the M.C.
- There was an occasion when a Chang'an farmer had a pig that had two heads.
- This was the occasion when the first coins in the new king's name were minted.
- Andrew visited Catalonia on at least one occasion.
- It suggests that Rudd misled MPs on at least one occasion".
- On at least one occasion, slopes were re-opened in May after a heavy snowfall.
- To mark the occasion, a video was produced by Roy Ketcheson.
- To mark the occasion, the bank produced its first TV commercial.
- Della’s mother, Sarah, then dubbed it Proposal Rock to mark the occasion.
- This, to date, is the only occasion where a BAFTA has gone to a regional news programme.
- The tour remains the only occasion where the Lions have returned victorious from New Zealand.
- This was probably the only occasion in Bach's career that an upheld application on his part resulted in failure.
- The farewell of the 10th standard students is a special occasion.
- The 1960–1963 uniform may also be used on other special occasion.
- Journelle carries lingerie ranging from everyday basics to special occasion.
- Niccolò Machiavelli undertook negotiations on the second occasion.
- Clare remained favourites to win on the second occasion; however, the replay was a tense affair.
- On the second occasion, a new company secretary, John Walker, alerted the finance committee to poor company finances.
- This was the last occasion when these artists would perform with the collective.
- This is the second time that Panama hosted the contest, the last occasion being in 1986.
- But this was the last occasion when a monarch presided at the midsummer bonfire in Paris.
- The bridge was built on the same occasion.
- On the same occasion, the criteria for list inclusion were changed.
- An international workshop was also organized on the same occasion in his honour.
- On a rare occasion the endoscopic placement of a balloon can lead to death.
- And on a rare occasion, he still rides one, especially if egged on by the children.
- On rare occasion, temperatures can reach into the range during Santa Ana Winds even in December or January.
- Throughout the day, he tries to ask Amy to go out with him but fails at every occasion.
- On every occasion the public decided not to vest power in the government over monopolies.
- On every occasion the public decided not to vest power in the Commonwealth over these matters.