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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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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.
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.
The need for a framework arose from the jumble of confusing independence rules and regulations--many in the form of interpretations issued in response to specific independence questions--that applied to public companies and their auditors.
We believe that this cyst was branchiogenic in origin and that it arose from the second branchial arch at the lower level.
In part this arose from the combination of the ScottishPower and Manweb sales forces which led to all new customers contracting with ScottishPower.
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.
93-12, Recognition and Measurement of the Tax Benefit of Excess Tax-Deductible Goodwill Resulting from a Retroactive Change in Tax Law, arose from the repeal of the longstanding prohibition against deducting for tax purposes goodwill amortization on acquired businesses.