issue from

issue from something

to come out or flow out of something. A delicious perfume issued from Sally's hair as she passed. A wonderful aroma issued from the kitchen as the bread baked.
See also: issue
References in classic literature ?
of some runners, that seemed to issue from the city.
Contain a representation that the issue is not an excluded issue from the
Appeals believes that penalties are a separate issue from tax and thus will treat penalties as a unique issue to be considered on its own merits.
Petrella replied that LMSB emphasizes in its training that taxpayers may request a review of an issue from a higher authority within the agency.
This approach has been fairly successful in preventing the presence of a shelter issue from inhibiting the settlement of non-shelter issues, he added.