rise from (something)

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rise from (something)

1. To loom out of or extend upward from some place or thing. We could see the huge tower rising from the city as we approached. There used to be a gigantic oak tree that rose from the ground in the field behind our house.
2. To emanate, radiate, or issue from some group, place, or thing. An loud groan rose from the students when the teacher announced they'd be having a pop-quiz that day. Thick plumes of dust rose from the carpet with each step we took.
3. To originate in or come into existence from something. She had the kind of strong, self-assured determination that rises from experience in this business. He has a lot of anger rising from the abuse he suffered as a kid.
4. To emerge renewed, revitalized, or reborn as something different following some state of total destruction or ruin. The company has been rising from the ashes of its former glory since being taken over by the billionaire CEO. An entirely new city rose from the destruction left behind by the war.
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rise from someone or something

to emanate from someone or something in the manner of a cloud of dust or a cheer. After the singer finished, a loud cheer rose from the crowd. A cloud of smoke rose from the burning barn.
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In the summer Rose-red took care of the house, and every morning laid a wreath of flowers by her mother's bed before she awoke, in which was a rose from each tree.
"Today, the classic rose note is being reinterpreted in more fluid, luminous and effervescent ways - gone are the heavy and powdery interpretations of rose from our grandmothers' era."
The cultivation of a rose from fragile seedling to brilliant bloom is a delicate process, but Mallory takes it in stride.
From 1977 to 1999 discharges among persons staying three months to a year rose from 19.3 to 20 per 100 beds; discharges among those staying one to three years rose from 12 to 12.5; and discharges among those staying three years or more rose from 8.7 to 10.
This combines seven types of rose from around the world.
The average sales price rose from $4,951,781.25 to $5,910,711.76, while the average sales price per SF rose from $891.24 in 2000 to $1,013.32.
Excluding discontinued operations and nonrecurring items, Penton's adjusted EBITDA rose 80.4% to $19.9 million from $11 million last year, while net income rose from $0.3 million to $1.2 million this year.
Our creed tells us quite explicitly that Christ rose from the dead and further affirms its conviction that there is a resurrection of the body.
exports to Mexico rose from $390 million to $595 million, whereas U.S.
Spot prices of WTI rose from March through June when OPEC restrained output and oil market participants perceived a shift in Saudi Arabian pricing policy in light of European Community proposals for a carbon tax.
The share of taxes borne by the top 2 percent of taxpayers (roughly those making over $60,000) rose from 26 percent in 1981 to 34 percent in 1986.
The average sales price rose from $2,380,227 to $3,329,950, while the average sales price per square foot rose from $533.46 in 1997 to $596.65.
But the truth is that in Cameron's movie Jack doesn't just save Rose's life, he also saves Rose from the life awaiting her back in Pittsburgh.
In addition, a substantial backup of mortgage interest rates after January undoubtedly cut into demand to some degree; rates on thirty-year fixed-rate conventional mortgages rose from about 8 1/4 percent in mid-January to 9 percent by March and remained above 8 1/2 percent until June.
Median price per square-foot rose from $242 in 1995 to $260 in 1996, a jump of seven percent, with the largest increases coming for units of 650 square feet or less.