emanate from (someone or something)

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emanate from (someone or something)

To come or radiate from a particular source. A: "Who's playing such loud music at this time of night?" B: "It seems to be emanating from a house across the street."
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emanate from someone or something

to arise from or come out of someone or something. A strange smell emanated from the basement. Some kind of eerie light emanated from the eyes of the statue.
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And the issues emanate from one of the most critical triggers to the inflation - sharp spike in the price of the Filipinos' staple food - rice.
While a design might emanate from one of their sketchbooks (or from someone on the design team), they deliberately never put their names on anything--a stand against the "hero designer" or lone genius that the trio finds a bit off-putting.
Bryan Proksch has set out to examine the roots of this consequential change, and describes the gradual emancipation of Haydn--his becoming an equal of Mozart and Beethoven--as a multifaceted process, one that was too gradual to be dated with any precision, did not emanate from one geographic center (let alone a single musician or scholar), and was diagnosed even by those who contributed to it only post facto, once the "new appreciations" (of the book's title) had more or less become general currency.
Sometimes, a risk can emanate from one part of the business but have an effect on another part.
"The increasing presence of the ISIL in Afghanistan and Libya as well as their criminal acts in Syria, Iraq and Yemen whose tangible consequences can be seen all emanate from one source of inspiration," the Iranian foreign minister added.
Initial perceptions of trust between the government and the public service will emanate from one single event: the first meeting between the clerk and the prime minister-designate.
These include "regular exchanges on technical threats that appear to emanate from one another s territory" as well as "no-fail communications mechanisms to help prevent crisis escalation and build confidence," she said in an emailed reply to a query.
At the accident site Saturday morning, masses of smoke continued to emanate from one entrance of the tunnel.
Human rights do not emanate from one another, but they all emanate from the same universal conscience and the same commitment of the international community to democracy, development, peace, security and friendly relations between states, he said.
These reactivations were often on both sides of the body, even though clinical lesions typically emanate from one anatomic spot.
Also, most of the orbs noted on this cam corder seem to emanate from one member, who was sitting on the floor next to myself.
Articles pitched to us emanate from one of three sources: a PR person from an external agency representing the vendor, the vendor's internal PR or marketing staff, or you, the user.
Many African names emanate from one's ancestry through clan, ethnic/tribal or religious affiliation.
Second, they are concerned with the influences which emanate from one South Asian country and have an impact on another South Asian country-the intra-regional interactions.