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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Yes, one positive statement that did emanate from US Defence Secretary's side was that 'Pakistan can play a vital role in working with the United States and others to facilitate a peace process in Afghanistan that brings stability and security to the region.
The proposal did not emanate from us," Paul said in a mobile message referring to House bill 3365 of Nueva Ecija Representative Estrellita B.
That doesn't emanate from us," he says of the nicknames.
Smells coat us, swirl around us, enter our bodies, emanate from us," writes Diane Ackerman in A Natural History of the Senses.