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To re-express or confirm the theme (thought of philosophy) that the writer wishes to convey. This desire to re-express may be because the writer wishes to impress it upon the reader to the point of the dumbest one finally comprehending it - or just for the joy of doing so.
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# Can shingles recur?

\n. \n Recurrence of the shingles \n. \nYes, it can. The shingles is caused by the same virus -- herpes zoster -- that causes the chicken pox. As human beings' life expectancy increases, we are discovering that some diseases caused by viruses and once believed to be one-time events are recu (MORE)

# What is the recurring guitar theme in the tv series Dexter?

Answer . I found out that the guitar theme is part of the song called Hidden, on the Dexter OST :)

# What does recurring mean?

Something is recurring if it happens on a regular or even irregular basis. A recurring nightmare is one that you've had in the past on more than one occasion.

# What is a recurring decimal?

A recurring decimal is a number which is written in decimal notation and in which, after a finite number of digits, a string of digits repeats for ever more. The repeating string need not start straight after the decimal point. For example, 5/26 = 0.1923076923076... with the string 923076 (but not t (MORE)

# Why do you have recurrings dreams about moving house?

Dreams about moving house often mean you are moving through differing aspects of your personality.. Your personality is seen to be 'where you live' and so to move house speaks of changes in lifestyle relating to personality, thoughts, beliefs.. You are evolving- moving into a higher or different a (MORE)

# What is a recurring theme of a book?

A recurring theme is an idea (really, a statement about the human condition) that presents itself more than once in a book, a genre, or an entire culture. For instance, a recurrent theme in western literature involves the idea that "obsession leads to man's self-destruction" (as found in Macbeth , (MORE)

# Diff bet recurring and non-recurring items?

recurring are usually daily operations such as depreciation expense, prepaid expenses, accounts receivable, accounts payable, etc. They are a part of normal ongoing business. However, non-recurring items are things like gains and losses, changes in accounting policies that affects income. They are n (MORE)

# What are the recurring themes in Roald Dahl's books?

One recurring theme in Roald Dahl's books is the domination by a female character, for example, the hideous headmistress in Matilda and the wicked, ugly stepaunts in James and the Giant Peach.. Another theme is fantasy - again, both Matilda and James and the Giant Peach, together with Charlie and t (MORE)

# A recurring theme in literature is the transient nature of the world and life Provide two ways in which this theme is expressed in Anglo-Saxon and medieval literature?

The theme of transient nature of the world and life lies within both Beowulf and The Wanderer. In Beowulf, the cave and the ocean have a huge impact on the main character and how he's expressed and also how his character is perceived. Without these worldly things, we wouldn't have as clear an unders (MORE)

# What is recurring account?

recurring means. the number goes on and on and on... e.g. 0.3 (recurring) = 0.33333333... A recurring account could refer to an account which you pay regularly - an account which recurs - such as a telephone account.

# What is the recurring theme of the white umbrella by gish jen and seventh grade by Gary soto?

The theme is that don't try to be someone that you are because sometimes it could hurt people like for example seventh grade Teresa and in white umbrella her Mom.

# In Shakespeare's plays what are the recurring themes?

He uses a stlye called mhutho a latin word know for a unknow pattern or ryhming

# What are the recurring themes in the twilight series?

\n . Love can come unexpectedly.\n . True friends will agree to disagree with your other friends whom they might not get along with.\n . Family will always be there for you: True family is people you can count on.\n . Look on the bright side.\n . Don't waste your life focusing on one person. Fo (MORE)

# Recurring in a sentence?

Jane was cursed with recurring migraines and she wanted to know how she could stop them from coming back. The doctor told her she would need special medicine.

# What is definition of recurring theme?

A Recurring theme is a theme that repeats in different stories but its the same theme. A theme is a lesson learned from the story.

# What later music derived from Rachmaninoff Symphony No 2 Adagio recurring theme?

Eric Carmen did "Never Gonna Fall In Love Again". The chorus is Rachmaninoff's Symphony No 2 Adagio. See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3c7M1-SLXnU

# What is 0.33 recurring?

Suppose f = 0.33... recurring then 10*f = 3.33... recurring Subtracting the first equation from the second, 9*f = 3 so f = 3/9 = 1/3.

# How do you convert fractions to recuring decimals?

Converting fractions to any kind of decimal is done in exactly the same way: divide the numerator by the denominator. The reverse of converting a recurring decimal to a fraction is done: Look at the digits that recur in the decimal. Count how many there are and then put the recurring digits as (MORE)

# Types of recurring deposit?

Recurring deposit can be classified into two types: 1. Fixed Recurring Deposit: In this the installment amount remains fixed for the entire tenor of RD from the time of booking. 2. Flexible Recurring Deposit: In the installment amount can be changed during any part of the tenor as and when the c (MORE)

# Isolationism is a recurring theme in us foreign policy?

From a historical standpoint, American foreign policy was one of constant change, starting from one of neutrality, changing to one of isolationism, retreating back to neutrality and then finally engaging in a complete interventionist approach in the aftermath of World War II. After the collapse of t (MORE)

# What are some recurring themes in Jerry Spinellis novels?

Well he normally writes a story about a kid who is treated or acts differently than most, and their life at a certain time period.

# Why do you have a recurring dream about your old job?

You may have unfinished emotional business related to the old job - you could still be angry with someone there, or you may be emotionally attached to it in some way. Time to let go. It could also mean that you are worried that problems in the old job will follow you into your present work.

# 0.74 recurring into a fraction?

Let the recurring decimal be represented by 'n' Then 100n - n = 99n 100 x 0.7474764.... = 74.747474.... Then subtract the original decimal figure. 74.747474..... - 0.747474.....= 74.0000 = 99n Therefore n = 74 / 99

# How do you turn recurring decimals into fractions?

-- Take one whole set of the digits that repeat in the decimal. Write them as the numerator of the fraction. -- For the denominator of the fraction, write a group of 9s ... thesame number of them as there are digits in the numerator. -- Simplify the fraction, if possible and if you feel like it.

# Can anorexia recur?

Yes, anorexia can recur. It usually ends up being a life-long struggle because the person learned how to deal with their problems by exerting control over their own bodies and it is a vicious cycle that is hard to break.

# What divided by what equals 1.36363636 recuring?

Any number with the decimal part .36 recurring refers to four elevenths. Therefore, 15/11 is equal to 1.36 recurring.

# How do you do recurring decimals to a percentage?

Multiplying decimals by 100 will convert them to percentages. If you wish to remove the recurring decimal, convert it to a fraction by putting the recurring digit(s) as the numerator over a denominator of the same number of 9s and reducing the fraction to its lowest terms. Examples . 0.3333 (MORE)

# What is 0.47 recurring as a fraction?

Although it is a terminating fraction, it can be written as a recurring fraction as: 0.47000000... or 0.46999999...

# How can you open a recurring bank account?

You need to walk into a branch of any bank and ask for opening a recurring deposit. The bank would have a form for the same. You need to fill up the form and then pay up the money you want to pay at the bank teller's counter. Once done, the bank officials would give you a small passbook for the recu (MORE)

# What are the three recurring images in Hamlet?

There is the image of sickness/disease/poison that runs all the way through the play which perhaps represents the corruption of Claudius killing his brother and the way Hamlet sees his mother as tainted and corrupted. It also ties in with the madness suffered by Hamlet and Ophelia. Also, there are l (MORE)

# What is 0.4 recurring as a fraction?

Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, 0.4 recurring (that is, 0.4444...) is equal to 4/9 or four ninths.

# What are the recurring themes in psychology?

reccuring themes in psychology are "Nature vs. Nurture" "Activity Vs. Passivity" "Continuos Vs. Discontinuous" "Universialty Vs. Context Specifity".

# Will shingles recur if you are exposed to chickenpox?

Current exposure to chickenpox does not increase the risk of shingles. A past history of chickenpox is the necessary condition for getting shingles. It's not something you catch from someone; it's reactivation of previous chickenpox infection.

# Why does cellulitis recur?

There are many factors which may influence and cause recurrence of this type medical conditions. First of all, people who already experienced cellulitis most probably belong to group who are more likely than others to get cellulitis infection - please look for more details in cellulitis risk factors (MORE)

# Why is a recurring number rational?

A recurring decimal can always be converted to a fraction with integer numerator and denominator, and that is precisely the definition of a rational number. Example: let the recurring number be 0.3121212... Call the number "x" 100x = 31.21212... x = 0.31212... Subtract the two equations: 99x = 3 (MORE)

# What is a recurring theme in the history of Communist China?

At about the same time these reforms were begun, weather conditions worsened. During a two-year span, frequent droughts occurred. Millions of Chinese died from the famine that resulted. Massive food imports from other nations reduced the number of deaths, and some Chinese began to question the direc (MORE)

# What are the four recurring themes in the history of anthropological thought?

The four recurring themes in the history of anthropological thoughtare ethnographic authority, using theory to solve social problems,the genealogy of ideas and "Us" versus "the other". These themesare studied in any history of anthropological thought course.

# What is recurring billing?

Recurring billing is billing that happens more than one time - on a cycle, usually on a monthly or yearly basis. Utility bills are an example of recurring bills. With online recurring billing, customers' credit cards are charged each month (or week, day year etc. depending on the billing cycle) to p (MORE)

# How is recurring hypersomnia characterized?

Recurring hypersomnia involves periods of excessive daytime sleepiness that can last from one to many days, and recur over the course of a year or more.

# Can shingles recur in children?

Yes, nut no Shingles is the form of chickenpox that adults get. they are the same thing called differently

# Is bladder cancer likely to recur?

Bladder cancer has a very high rate of recurrence. Even after superficial tumors are completely removed, there is a 75% chance that new tumors will develop in other areas of the bladder.

# What is hybrid recurring?

A hybrid is a mix of things to form one. Usually the goal of a hybrid is to gain some advantage that neither of the two originals could achieve alone. Non- recurring regards to monetary charges, ( you are billed once). More or less, it is something that happens a single instance

# What is recurring document?

There are some business transactions which occur regularly at fixed intervals. Examples are rent payment ; p ayment of term loan installment and payment of vehicle loan installment. In order to post this type of transactions we can use this recurring document functionality. To use the recurring docu (MORE)

# How do you spell recure?

The correct spelling of the common verb is recur (to occur again). *The spelling recure is an obsolete term for either arrive, regain, or restore.

# What are recurring wants?

It is a basic problem of economics: There are limited economic resources (land, raw material, labour, capital and intellect.) to meet with unlimited and recurring wants. We have to make choice between available aternate resources to meet with these recurring wants.

# What is 0.269 recurring as a fraction only the 2 and 9 are recurring?

How can only the 2 & 9 recur? Do you mean: 0.269292929... = 26 / 100 + 92 / 9900 = 1333 / 4950 Or do you really mean that the decimal is 0.269269269... (which would be written with the recurring indicating dots over the 2 & 9 to indicate that '269' is the string of digits repeating) = 26 (MORE)

# What is 66.6 recurring?

Two thirds of 100. If you divide 100 by 3 you get 33.333333 continued to an infinite amount of places. x2 gives 66.666666 to an infinite amount of places. Recurring means it just keeps going

# What are recurring stories characters or themes that can be found in many traditional tales and usually represent universal themes?

Archetypes are recurring stories, characters, or themes that can be found in many traditional tales, which represent universal themes.

# Does rabies recur?

Rabies does not recur, because the first occurence is almostinvariably fatal (the number of known survivors of rabies inall of history is in the single digits, and that's despite thebest possible medical care). It's a very, very serious disease.

# Why dou think the same themes recur in folk tales from different countries?

Each folk tale contains an evil, a scary, a good, and a"father-role" character, a hero and/or a heroine. These talesrepresent the life, and these characters are not people, but thedifferent types of good or bad forces in the life. In the mosttales of the world, witches, dragons, fairies, magicalanim (MORE)