True entrepreneurship, she says, occurs outside the box, not inside a donor-welfare society.
And, typing that, it occurs to me how rarely we hear modern Americans use the word happy without an odor of irony.
Especially with something this big, you have the natural process that kind of occurs with everybody.
1520s, "meet, meet in argument," from Middle French occurrer "happen unexpectedly" or directly from Latin occurrere "run to meet, run against, befall, present itself," from ob "against, toward" (see ob-) + currere "to run" (see current (adj.)). Sense development is from "meet" to "present itself" to "appear" to "happen" ("present itself in the course of events"). Meaning "to come into one's mind" is from 1620s. Related: Occurred; occurring.