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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"We have been liaising with Environmental Health and have carried out odour tests on our site and it doesn't appear to be emanating from us.
He also called for deepening relations with regional states in a bid to overcome problems emanating from US enmities.
Finally, there are no ingredients--I repeat, NO INGREDIENTS--on the horizon that are emanating from US research laboratories!
Since CPEC is the flag ship of OBOR and a matter of prestige and strategic significance for China, it was high time for China to come out in the open and defend Pakistan against coercion and double threat emanating from US and Indian proxies in Afghanistan and India on our East.
They have experienced again and again that unilateral dictates emanating from US, instead of solving problems, generates more and more of them, Professor Vladimir Golstein says.
And the only formal lesson in human reproduction was sped through at the speed of light by the incredibly jittery biology teacher, Mrs Savile, who warned us that if there was the slightest hint of a giggle emanating from us the lesson would be abandoned without further ado.
Often emanating from US cable networks, they usually end up on Sky Galactic or whatever over here and attract such a cult following, you can imagine the major networks kicking themselves for not snapping them up.
These repo loans give firms - typically financial firms - access to vast pools of cheap financing (often emanating from US money-market funds).
The CJCSC expressed his concern about the negative statements emanating from US. He stressed upon addressing the irritants in the relationship which are a result of an extremely complex situation.
An example of this vacuum is based on statements emanating from US officials, Multinational Forces and Iraqi officials indicating that Iran does exert pressure and have influence in Iraq.
Passion, apprehension, frustration and joy - and that's just emanating from us armchair punters!