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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(2) We can collect together all the happenings, in different places, which are connected in the way that common sense regards as being due to their emanating from one object.
'It is rather disturbing, sickening and sad when one reads the illiterate diatribes emanating from one Segun Adewale against Chief Olabode George.
The Foreign Secretary said he had voiced "concern at the suggestion emanating from one branch of the Iranian judiciary that my remarks to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee last week had some bearing on Ms Zaghari-Ratcliffe's case".
Then Hayden said: "But I think it's overachieving when we pretend that this isn't radical Islam, and this isn't emanating from one of the world's great monotheisms.
On June 11, the police had arrived at the house after locals alerted them about thick smoke emanating from one of the windows.
The teacher, staying in the school's accommodation in the neighbourhood, saw smoke emanating from one end of a corridor while she was carrying out her daily safety inspection.
He alerted police after sensing a foul stench emanating from one of the under construction buildings.
But when he took them to his home on Hollowcroft, Stockbridge Village, they smelled a strong cannabis scent emanating from one of the rooms at the property.
"Emirates can confirm that there was a whistling noise emanating from one of the doors on the A380 upper deck on Flight EK384 between Bangkok and Hong Kong on Monday 11th February," the spokesperson said.
The Dubai carrier confirmed that there was a "whistling noise emanating from one of the doors on the A380 upper deck" but said the sound from the door was caused by "a small dimensional difference between the inflated door seal and the door lower frame striker plate when the door is in the closed position."
The declaration noted the "positive signals emanating from one of the most turbulent regions in Asia which has seen recurring violence." Icapp welcomed the 18th Congress of the Communist Party of China last week, which led to "the political transition to a fifth-generation leadership that reflects success in building a peaceful, prosperous and stable society."
The dimly lit gallery space was dominated by a gentle but insistent drone emanating from one of Davidovich's pieces--presumably the single-channel texture study "Road" (1972), installed on a large monitor on the floor just inside the entrance.
Another resident Ahmed Al Shamsi says, a€?Besides the stink, there is a carbonic substance emanating from one of the sanitary services here in Buraimi.