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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At last I did it at a run; and as I emerged from the thicket upon the sand, I heard some other body come crashing after me.
Thereupon the saurian emerged from his dream and took to the water, greatly to the surprise of the man- and-brother.
Boldly we emerged from the hatchway of the craft, leaving our swords behind us, and strode to the main exit which led to the sentry's post and the office of the Dator of the guard.
For a long time the two were closeted together, and when at last the giant serving man emerged from the inner office his expression was cast in a smile of sinister satisfaction.
Suddenly he emerged from the forest into an old road, and there before him saw, indistinctly, the figure of a man, motionless in the gloom.
`We emerged from the palace while the sun was still in part above the horizon.
Two key conclusions emerged from the study: there is a large gap in the research dealing with this time period and there is a need for more research exploring why some adolescents transition out of crime during emerging adulthood, whereas others continue to offend.
No emerging market sovereign defaulted, and one emerged from default.
Nematodes emerged from the insect cadavers within 14 days.
Several factors coincided to create this new space, three of which are: the new travel technologies resulting from the industrial revolution; the new philosophies, both political and theological, that emerged from the growing Western scientific discourse; and the new colonial discoveries about the diversity of human cultures.
Developmental themes of identity exploration and career development emerged from the first year student journals.
Among the recommendations that have emerged from those state conferences already held are:
Some have questioned the appropriate accounting for the difference between the GAAP basis (allocated reorganization value) and the corresponding tax basis of assets and liabilities of an entity that has emerged from chapter 11 and records a fresh start.