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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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Accordingly, B's argument that the liability for the capitalized bankruptcy costs arose under Federal bankruptcy law is unpersuasive.
Tattersall adds that Stone king's conclusion rests upon the assumption that body lice arose almost immediately after clothing emerged.
Seielstad's team calculates that M242 arose about 15,000 years ago.
The state deficiencies and related interest arose out of Michigan law; the interest on Federal deficiencies arose out of the Code.
We suspect that the requirement to consider appearances arose with the recognition that "independence in mind"--actual auditor independence--is impossible for investors and others to assess.
The investigation now underway will determine not only how it arose but also how we can guard against any recurrence.
To our knowledge, this article represents the first published report of a mature teratoma that arose in the nasal vestibule.
Instead, it was allocable to the state of domicile, because it arose from an extraordinary event not in the regular course of the company's trade or business.
Neither parent bore a mutation in the NF1 gene, but the researchers were intrigued to find that the mutation arose in the copy of NF1 inherited from his father.
A number of our businesses have performed better than expected so far this year, but not significantly enough to be able to offset the negative impacts on operating earnings, the most significant of which arose from shortfalls from Brazil, the UK and the loss of Mohave.
We report the case of a 60-year-old woman in whom granular cell tumors arose almost simultaneously in her subcutaneous cervical region and her larynx.
The legislative history was a clear expression of intent that the tax liability for the prior year was changed, so that no deficiency arose and no interest could be due.
When Statement 125 was applied in practice to securitizations of financial assets such as credit card balances and trade receivables, several accounting issues arose about special-purpose entities and about rights to get transferred assets back from them," explains FASB Senior Project Manager Halsey Bullen.
During avulsion of the mass by endoscopic polypectomy, it was discovered that the stalk of the polyp actually arose from the mucosa of the right superior turbinate rather than from the mucosa of the maxillary ant rum.
This line of argument would parallel the origin of the claim doctrine, and look to the nature of the claims from which the fees arose.