emerge

01. A butterfly will [emerge] from its cocoon after a certain amount of time.
02. A tiny chick [emerged] slowly from its egg before the astonished children.
03. During the civil rights fights of the 50s and 60s, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. [emerged] as a national hero.
04. The hunters [emerged] from the forest, carrying the carcass of a black bear.
05. The economies of the Pacific Rim appear to be finally [emerging] from a long period of recession.
06. The lead guitarist's talent as a singer [emerged] when he began to perform solo in bars around town.
07. Winston Churchill once remarked that out of intense complexities, intense simplicities [emerge].
08. Hector Lafontaine has [emerged] as the best candidate the party has in the upcoming elections.
09. Studies show that riots [emerge] mainly in those cities where disorderly tactics can work - where riots stand a chance of getting results other than all-out repression.
10. A person who [emerges] from childhood without a strong motivation to achieve is unlikely to do well in medical school.
11. In the 50,000 years since the [emergence] of fully human culture, our entire world has been occupied and people have been diversified into about 5000 different groups.
12. The monster slowly [emerged] from the mud and slime of Venus where it had lain asleep for millions of years, and immediately began making plans for the complete destruction of the planet Earth.
13. The Minoan civilization [emerged] on the island of Crete around 2500 B.C.
14. Muhammad [emerged] as a prophet to his people around 610 A.D.
15. Rome [emerged] as the major power in Italy after 500 B.C.
16. During the trial, it [emerged] that the suspect had threatened to kill the victim the night before he was found dead in his apartment.
17. The octopus [emerged] from behind the rock, and frightened the divers.
18. Athens [emerged] as the political and cultural center of Greece following the defeat of the Persians around 480 B.C.
19. The most distinctive and exciting music of Jamaica is the reggae sound that first [emerged] in the early 1970s.
20. A quarter of the world's population needs modern energy sources in order to [emerge] from poverty.
21. The Koran states that God knows all that goes into the earth and all that [emerges] from it.
22. Major tobacco companies are switching their sales efforts to [emerging] nations with their expanding populations, and rising spending power.
23. Over the past 30 years, Korea has [emerged] as the world's 12th largest trading nation.
24. The [emergence] of the digital camera has completely changed the nature of popular photography.
25. The [emergent] high-tech industry in China has made some important advances in the past few years.
26. Our planet has only recently [emerged] from an ice age.
27. Distinct styles, genres and forms of instrumental music [emerged] in Europe between 1450 and 1550.

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  • emerge — EMÉRGE, pers. 3 emérge, vb. III. intranz. (fiz.; despre corpuri, radiaţii etc.) A ieşi dintr un mediu după ce l a traversat. – Din fr. émerger. Trimis de claudia, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  emérge vb., ind. prez. 3 …   Dicționar Român

  • Emerge — may refer to:* Portage (software) emerge, a command line tool at the heart of Portage package management system * Fischerspooner Emerge, a song by Fischerspooner * Emacs Emerge, a frontend for the diff and diff3 commands for Emacs * , the fourth… …   Wikipedia

  • émergé — émergé, ée adj. Qui n est pas plongé dans un liquide. Les terres émergées ne couvrent pas la moitié du globe. ⇒ÉMERGÉ, ÉE, part. passé et adj. I. Part. passé de émerger. II. Emploi adj. Qui est au dessus de la surface de l eau. Terres émergées;… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Emerge — E*merge , v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Emerged}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Emerging}.] [L. emergere, emersum; e out + mergere to dip, plunge. See {Merge}.] To rise out of a fluid; to come forth from that in which anything has been plunged, enveloped, or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • emerge — emerge; re·emerge; …   English syllables

  • emerge — I verb appear, arise, arrive, become apparent, become manifest, become plain, become visible, break through, burst forth, come forth, come forward, come into notice, come into view, come out, come out of hiding, come to light, crop up, dawn,… …   Law dictionary

  • émergé — émergé, ée (é mèr jé, jée) adj. Qui n est pas plongé dans l eau, par opposition à immergé. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Émerger …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • emerge — UK US /ɪˈmɜːdʒ/ verb [I] ► to begin to exist or have power or influence: » The new Executive Director will be responsible for ensuring that the state emerges as a leader in the field of next generation energy. ► to appear or become known:… …   Financial and business terms

  • emerge — 1560s, from M.Fr. émerger, from L. emergere rise out or up, bring forth, bring to light, from ex out (see EX (Cf. ex )) + mergere to dip, sink (see MERGE (Cf. merge)). The notion is of rising from a liquid by virtue of buoyancy. Related: Emerged; …   Etymology dictionary

  • emerge — *appear, loom Analogous words: issue, emanate, *spring, flow, arise, rise, proceed, stem, derive, originate …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • emerge — [v] come out, arise appear, arrive, become apparent, become known, become visible, come forth, come into view, come on the scene, come to light, come up, crop up, dawn, derive, develop, egress, emanate, flow, gush, issue, loom, make appearance,… …   New thesaurus

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