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Reoccuring vs. Recurring

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A woman and her boss want to resolve a dispute over the words reoccuring and recurring. Which is correct if you’re talking about something that happens again and again? Grant explains that there is indeed a difference between the two words—and that one of them is almost always the right choice, particularly in the world of business. This is part of a complete episode.

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