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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

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ARISE was first founded in the colonia--or "greater neighborhood"--of Las Milpas, just south of Pharr and across the border from Reynosa, Mexico.
Arise said that the project, which is located in Ljusdals municipality, has been developed by Arise together with OPP and is expected to include the right to build approx.
The partnership with Arise helps Veteran Central fulfill its mission to help veterans thrive in civilian life and to help military families earn additional revenue while their loved ones are deployed," said Ken Jackowitz, Senior Vice President of Independent Business Operations at Arise.
In an initial stage Arise intends to build 28 turbines with a total capacity of 84 MW.
The belief in Samkhyas school of thought that cause and result exist as one essence is refuted on the ground that a sprout does not arise from a sprout that exists in the entity of the seed, for if it did, "arising" would be devoid of all meaning.
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.
Ask to review the insurer's billing guidelines before purchase, and amend them if necessary, to avoid disputes when claims arise.
But these problems that arise between a couple usually result in one spouse filing for divorce.
This would arise if there were a change of tastes in favor of leisure or a less hectic form of working life.
The cost of carrying out these measurements is high, and additional costs arise when decisions are made on the basis of these results.
1999), the Ninth Circuit held that fees paid to CPAs to publish reports on employee benefit plans (as required by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974) and those paid to lawyers mad accountants (to comply with an IRS audit) did not arise under a Federal law.
Regardless of how well a mill performs operationally, problems will arise that need solutions for the mill to return to acceptable performance.
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).