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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

Synonyms for arise

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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.
A comparison of the gene's molecular structure in people and chimpanzees today then allowed the researchers to calculate when the human type arose.
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.
Thirty percent of these cases arose in association with an odontogenic cyst or a recent history of tooth extraction.
For example, if a population has 10 mutations after 50,000 years of evolution from the common ancestor in Africa, then the fifth mutation probably arose 25,000 years ago.
A similar lesion arose from the third molar socket in the oral cavity (figure 1).
When a taxpayer elects to apply an overpayment to the succeeding year's estimated taxes, the overpayment is applied to unpaid installments of estimated tax due on or after the date(s) the overpayment arose, in the order in which they are required to be paid to avoid an addition to tax for failure to pay estimated income tax under Sec.
A second burst of gamma activity, which may have helped coordinate an appropriate reaction, arose in motor areas of the brain as participants pressed a key.
The EITF also reached a consensus that the reported tax effect of items not included in income from continuing operations that arose during the current fiscal year and prior to the enactment date should be measured based on the enacted rate at the time the transaction was recognized for financial reporting purposes.