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1 A ragged man emerged from behind the tree.
2 It depicts the goddess Venus, having emerged from the sea as a full grown woman, arriving at the sea-shore.
3 By the time a suitable release candidate has emerged, testers have already become the bottleneck and, to all appearances, responsible for any further delay.
4 quantum nature of its behavior emerged from the accumulated readings.
5 Then he emerged, waved and smiled at people gathered in the courtyard, and disappeared into Bank of America’s headquarters.
6 My parents discovered the gateway first, when they were young; it was a hot day, the small pond beckoned, and they emerged in another world.
7 Leaked propaganda directives ordered journalists not to investigate the causes and footage emerged of bulldozers shovelling dirt over carriages.
8 stand between two religions, from one of which you have not as yet emerged, and another into which you have not yet entered, is intolerable; and twilight is pleasing only to bat-like souls.
9 Two kindergarten teachers in Daxing district have been fired after a video emerged online showing them abusing a 4-year-old boy.
10 Independent media emerged, and began overturning the systematic lies and propaganda of the past.
11 Men with bare arms matted locks and cadaverous faces who had emerged into the winter light from cellars moved away to descend again.
12 His fingers were about her throat and no sound emerged.
13 they were well inside the yard, the three horses, the three cows and the rest of the pigs, who had been lying in ambush in the cowshed, suddenly emerged in their rear, cutting them off.
14 But a problem emerged shortly after graduation.
15 Melamine, a chemical used in the making of plastic, was found in the baby formula; it later emerged that unscrupulous manufacturers had been adding it to food products to cheaply boost protein values.
16 These methodologies, however, are not directly concerned with how and why a business need has emerged.
17 culture of tolerance or pluralism has yet emerged.
18 The worries that emerged this week were about choice.
19 I found more references than I could possibly pursue, but as I browsed, a picture emerged of a country with a clear set of goals and a plan for attaining them.
20 Eventually such an arrangement must surely break down and a new currency system will come into being, just as Bretton Woods emerged in the 1940s.
21 You knew that you now had to go through a period of uncertainty until new ideas emerged.
22 He has also managed to derive Newtonian gravity from the model: however, general relativity has not yet emerged.
23 Yet a strange thing has happened to policy discussion: on both sides of the Atlantic, a consensus has emerged among movers and shakers that nothing can or should be done about jobs.
24 This story is just one of hundreds of tales of Francoist repression that have emerged as the result of a citizens’ movement to disinter and identify victims.
25 Around 7.20pm, five riot police, and a line of officers with dogs, emerged from Royal Exchange Square, a pedestrian side street.
26 Police dispersed stone-throwing students on the sprawling campus and classes were cancelled after the video emerged.
27 He will have been heartened by what little emerged at the first hearing.
28 When humans first emerged as a species they Shared the planet with many types of ape.
29 Why it's emerged in humans is anyone's guess.
30 But some bigger issues emerged.