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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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Expression errors arising from grammar errors; missing subject, active-passive disagreement among verbs, clause errors, missing adverbial clause of place, missing object, missing verb or auxiliary, phrase errors, subject-verb disagreement and punctuation errors.
Subsequent runs have led us to identify this systematic effect in our system as arising from marginally trapped neutrons.
For example, business continuity groups will focus on risks arising flora disasters and major system outages; IT security groups will focus on risks arising from breaches of computer security; and legal groups will focus on risks arising from laws, regulations, of litigation.
Although these will need to be tackled eventually, present deficits could offset any threat of private-sector oversaving arising from any stock market or real estate shake-out or corporate pension concerns.
The Tax Court has aim held that liabilities arising from Federal and state income tax deficiencies arise under Federal and state law (Internet Corp.
This plan does not cover any claims based on or arising from incidents:
Data on malpractice claims made against CPA firms arising from disputed valuations offer a roadmap for avoiding trouble spots.
The purpose of this article is not particularly to dwell on either the substance of or concerns arising from the aforementioned U.
the risks arising from shareholder litigation as a result of the matters recently investigated by the Audit Committee or the previous restatement of the Company's financial results;
Under "Superfund" regulations (Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act), every party that ever owned a property can be held liable for environmental damage arising from it--even if the damage occurred years ago when the property was owned by others.
The interesting features of out case were that the tumor was globular with a pedicle arising from the base of the tongue and that there was no cervical node metastasis.
Justice Cresswell did not accept the 'golf course conversation' evidence," said Julian James, managing director of Lloyd's North America, referring to reports of a high-level discussion in the 1970s that allegedly led to members of the Committee recruiting new Names solely to pay existing losses arising from asbestosis claims.
Can a shareholder report on the installment method the gain arising from a sale of the shareholder's stock in a corporation in exchange for cash and an installment obligation?
93-13, Effect of a Retroactive Change in Enacted Tax Rates That Is Included in Income from Continuing Operations, is an intraperiod tax allocation issue arising from OBRA, which changed the top corporate tax rate from 34% to 35% for tax years beginning after 1992.
As with deferred tax assets arising from operations, the Exposure Draft would require the consideration of a valuation allowance at the date of the business combination.