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occur to (someone)
to come into someone's mind (an idea or thought)
It occurred to me that I will not be able to meet my friend on Saturday because I have to go to the airport to meet someone else.
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  • odor of sanctity
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  • of age
  • of all the nerve
  • of all things
  • of benefit to (someone)
  • of course
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  • have second thoughts about (someone or something)
  • two-faced
  • elbow room
  • You bet your life!
  • come from far and wide
  • shrug (something) off or shrug off (something)
  • in the driver's seat
  • get a head start (on someone or something)
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