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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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Companies also face potential liability arising out of the privacy requirements in the Children On Line Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), passed in 1999.
Meanwhile, neighbouring Staffordshire Police paid out pounds 783,000, which included pounds 122,000 in 78 civil claims arising out of misconduct by police officers.
TBA chairman Nigel Elwes said yesterday that he had been encouraged to take up the issue as a result of discussions arising out of his address to the All-Party Racing Committee in the House of Commons last week.
Despite having been "too young" to understand church rituals, in my imagination I can still hear the persistent plea of the peanut hawker, the soothing sound of Bob Elson's voice broadcast beneath the grandstand, the pop of the ball in the catcher's glove, and the perhaps rare crack of the bat; I can see the lush, landscaped green field arising out of the runway, and the monstrous, exploding scoreboard, which sat dormant all day.
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