emerge from (something)

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emerge from (something)

To leave or come out of something. The next act emerged from behind the curtain and took the stage.
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Important differences, some predictable but others surprising, emerge from this analysis that shows several similarities for small, medium and large insurers in emerging and developed markets.
Fortunately, the best articles of that era have been packaged into a new book edited by George Curry, editor of Emerge from 1993 to 2000.
Journaling is a means for measuring outcomes, but there may be unintended outcomes that emerge from the service-learning journaling process.
The major beneficiaries to emerge from the bailout are the European megabanks that hold about 75 percent of the country's foreign debt.
By tracking the activity of Distal-less, the team learned that eyespots bloom late in the final stages of growth, just before butterflies emerge from their cocoons.
* The SOP's applicability to entities that emerge from reorganization under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code and fail to meet the criteria for fresh-start reporting.