arise


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Synonyms for arise

Synonyms for arise

to adopt a standing posture

to leave one's bed

to move from a lower to a higher position

to begin to appear or develop

to come into being

Synonyms for arise

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ARISE President Dick Dana opened the meeting to enormous cheers.
Whatever the extent to which social history is being taught, and whatever the level of education concerned, the fundamental question to arise in curriculum planning terms is precisely how much social history should students ideally study.
Thus we believe that a large fraction of the current backgrounds arises from fast neutron interactions that can be further reduced with additional amounts of hydrogenous materials.
Policyholders also should consider whether their policies make clear that their D&O policies cover liabilities that may arise under foreign law.
Any transaction between a husband and wife arises in the context of a confidential relationship imposing a duty of the highest good faith and fair dealing on each spouse, with neither side taking unfair advantage of the other.
The second threat arises from the boom in house prices in some countries together with the associated increase in consumer indebtedness.
The importance in determining and the problems associated with it arise from the fact that the probability of detection does not suddenly change from zero to unity as some threshold is crossed.
The contractual issue arises if such payments are precluded by contract with third parties or by owner agreement (i.
To make matters worse, the learning and knowledge that arise in search of the solution are not captured for future application.
The data show malpractice claims arise from disputed valuations of service-based businesses more often than from manufacturing or retail businesses (see exhibit 1, page 50).
Crowley was arguably the biggest star to arise from late Victorian England's fascination with the occult.
However, if embedded chip problems arise, whether in biomedical devices, computer hardware and software or business systems, does the organization have a contingency plan to address these problems?
These customs don't arise from the teaching church; they arise from the sense of the faithful.
One British group which is achieving remarkable results using a similar approach is the Arise Trust.
If a supervisor knows of any change, or if questions about the original standard arise, a simple phone call to the analyst should bring sufficient information to quickly resolve the issue and/or get a current analysis started.