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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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Nerve fibers are not part of the tumor because the mass arises from a Schwann's sheath and pushes the nerve axons aside.
The amortization of the market discount that arises from the purchase of a taxable bond will result in an annual inclusion of ordinary income and an annual increase in the bond's basis.
To the extent Y2K liability arises from past projects, coverage will be provided through current insurance policies which do not have Y2K exclusions.
Morrison responded to the criticisms by carefully explaining that, quite apart from the Administration's view that no such departure from the arm's-length principle really arises from the proposals' requirement for the use of an ex post facto bottom-line orientated approach (inherent in the comparable profit method), the regulations' writers really had no choice.
This arises from a reassessment of certain of the group's financial instruments, principally a guarantee to third parties resulting in a deferral, for US GAAP reporting, of part of the gain arising on the disposal of Pillsbury.
Teratomas are primary congenital tumors made up of tissue that arises from all three embryonic germ cell layers: the ectoderm, the endoderm, and the mesoderm (although there have been reports of tumors made up of only bidermal ingredients).
This deferral treatment is available only if the installment obligation arises from a sale during the 12-month period beginning with the date of adoption of the liquidation plan, and the liquidation is completed during that period.
This increase arises from the implementation of new information technology systems which is entering its final phase.
The case arises from the Company's acquisition from NST in December 1997 of SkyLynx Express Holdings, Inc.