arise


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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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According to Arise, the underlying reason for amending clause 13.1.2 (c) and (d) of the terms and conditions in accordance is to clarify the wording of the current clause and to, in turn, facilitate the administrative handling of the issuer.
The Board reviewed the activities of ARISE FICCI since its inception and also chalked out the strategy, themes and action plan for implementation towards Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in private sector in collaboration with public sector and other stakeholders.
Arise told the leadership of the APC while at the party's secretariat that 'by the grace of God, we will not only drive Ayo Fayose away, we will ensure that he will not succeed himself.
ARISE was first founded in the colonia--or "greater neighborhood"--of Las Milpas, just south of Pharr and across the border from Reynosa, Mexico.
The insurer argued that the injuries did not arise out of the use of the insured's auto because no alcohol was supplied by the limo service and because the insured's auto was not involved in the collision.
Last November, in the midst of a five-county primary where economic decline and job loss were the issues, another one of ARISE's new member groups, Niagra Organizing Alliance for Hope (NOAH) brought together more than 800 people to support job creation in local communities.
There is no arising from self, nor is there any arising from other and finally there is no causeless arise.
Many courts have allowed landlords to recover under the tenant's policy where the loss "arises from" the use of the leased premises, even where the landlord has caused the loss through its own negligence.
These are just a few situations in which a conflict of interest may arise in the course of providing tax compliance services.
This indemnity does not include claims that arise from any negligent, reckless or willful act or omission of DISTRICT.
Linked with it is the concept of differentiation, which deals with the learning increments that arise from level to level.
"Carried to its extreme, it suggests that even a branch located in a country with a zero-rate corporate tax--such as Bermuda--would still be subject to the DCL rules." The organization recommended that the regulations expressly provide that a DCL does not arise if the entity in question is not subject to foreign income tax.
A difference in the count rate versus time between trapping (trapped UCN + backgrounds) and non-trapping (backgrounds only) runs should arise solely due to magnetically trapped UCN.
This would arise if there were a change of tastes in favor of leisure or a less hectic form of working life.