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To have recourse (to) someone or something for assistance, support etc

She only replied with a laugh, and he evidently deemed futile the bid for sympathy on the score of religious or irreligious fellowship, for he recurred to it no more.

To recurse
To happen again

The theme of the prodigal son recurs later in the third act.

to happen again or repeatedly, especially at regular intervals
happen or occur again; "This is a recurring story" return in thought or speech to something
{v} to have recourse, return, arise
If something recurs, it happens more than once. a theme that was to recur frequently in his work. a recurring nightmare she has had since childhood
To occur at a stated interval, or according to some regular rule; as, the fever will recur to- night
happen or occur again; "This is a recurring story"
To come back; to return again or repeatedly; to come again to mind
to occur again; reappearance of cancer cells at the same site or in another location
To occur again Recurrence is the return of cancer, at the same site as the original (primary) tumor or in another location, after it had disappeared
cancer that returns after treatment to the same site or a new site in the body
To resort; to have recourse; to go for help
have recourse to; "The government resorted to rationing meat"
return in thought or speech to something
{f} happen again, repeat; come to mind again; reappear, resurface
recur to past memories
return to thoughts of past events
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A return of symptoms as part of the natural progress of a disease
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Happening frequently, with repetition

He has recurring asthma attacks.

recurring
Of a decimal: having a set of digits that is repeated indefinitely

Every rational number can be written as either a terminating decimal or a recurring decimal.

recurring
{s} repeating, repetitive, happening again, reappearing
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coming back; "a revenant ghost"
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coming back; "a revenant ghost
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{n} a return
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past of recur
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Used especially in reference to the recurrence of physical parameters every 27 days (the rotation period of the Sun)
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happening again (especially at regular intervals); "the return of spring
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it occurred before and has occurred again
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The reappearance of a disease after a period of remission
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{i} repetition, return; instance of happening again, repeat occurrence; (Medicine) return of cancer or its symptoms after a remission, return of cancer after treatment
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The instance of recurring; frequent occurrence
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Return of an illness after recovery
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A statement or variable in a loop which uses the value of some variable computed in a previous iteration May affect vectorization
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the return of symptoms or the tumor itself, as opposed to a remission
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the return of cancer after its apparent disappearance
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happening again (especially at regular intervals); "the return of spring"
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Reappearance of cancer at its original site after a period of remission
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Recourse
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The reappearance of a disease after previous treatment had caused the disease to disappear
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the reappearance of an illness and its symptoms after treatment
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A dependency in a DO-loop whereby a result depends upon completion of the previous iteration of the loop Such dependencies inhibit vectorization For example: A(I) = A(I-1) + B(I) In a loop on I, this process would not be vectorizable on most vector computers without marked degradation in performance This is not an axiom or law, but rather is simply a fact resulting from current machine design
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A computation in a loop in which the values produced in the current iteration depend on values produced in previous iterations A typical example is: DO I=1,N X(I)=X(I-1) + A(I) END DO
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If there is a recurrence of something, it happens again. Police are out in force to prevent a recurrence of the violence. an occasion when something that has happened before happens again recurrence of
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The return of cancer, at the same site as the original (primary) tumor or in another location, after it had disappeared
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The reappearance of a disease after previous treatments had caused it to disappear
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The act of recurring, or state of being recurrent; return; resort; recourse
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reappearance of a disease and its symptoms after a remission
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Return or reversion to a certain state
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present participle of recur
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Happening frequently
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third-person singular of recur
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