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The answer OCCUR has 381 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of occur in various dictionaries:
verb - come to pass
verb - come to one's mind
verb - to be found to exist
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Suggest itself (to)|
|Come to mind|
|Come to pass|
|Strike, with 'to'|
|Second part of a quip|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|happen take place.|
|To take place come about. See Synonyms at happen.|
|To be found to exist or appear: Copper deposits occur in the region.|
|To come to mind: The idea never occurred to me.|
|to be found to exist|
|come to one's mind suggest itself|
|come to pass|
|(especially of accidents and other unexpected events) to happen:|
|to exist or be present in, among, etc.:|
|(esp. of unexpected events) to happen:|
|Thorium is found in small amounts in most rocks and soils. Soil commonly contains an average of around 6 parts per million (ppm) of thorium. Thorium occurs in several minerals including thorite (ThSiO4), thorianite (ThO2 + UO2) and monazite. Thorianite is a rare mineral and may contain up to about 12% thorium oxide. Monazite contains 2.5% thorium, allanite has 0.1 to 2% thorium and zircon can have up to 0.4% thorium. Thorium-containing minerals occur on all continents. Thorium is several times more abundant in Earth's crust than all isotopes of uranium combined and thorium-232 is several hundred times more abundant than uranium-235.Thorium concentrations near the surface of the earth can be mapped using gamma spectroscopy. The same technique has been used to detect concentrations on the surface of the Moon; the near side has high abundances of relatively thorium-rich KREEP, while the Compton–Belkovich Thorium Anomaly was detected on the far side. Martian thorium has also been mapped by 2001 Mars Odyssey.232Th decays very slowly (its half-life is comparable to the age of the universe) but other thorium isotopes occur in the thorium and uranium decay chains. Most of these are short-lived and hence much more radioactive than 232Th, though on a mass basis they are negligible.|