Reemergence

Translations
réémergence
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Governor Mutahi Kahiga said he will support the Kipkemei to fight the reemergence of the gang.
Pakistan's newly appointed Ambassador to the United States (US), Ali Jahangir Siddiqui, has said that Pakistan is on its way to revival and reemergence.
Golub presents readers with an examination of the economic reemergence of East Asia and the potential impact it may have on world politics as the economic imbalance between East and West comes slowly to an end.
I'm just glad today there is a reemergence of band culture and that a lot of them, apart from being good, are also doing well," said Akhtar.
HOUSTON -- One in five patients whose type 2 diabetes went into remission following gastric bypass surgery experienced disease reemergence within 5 years.
HOUSTON--One in five patients whose type 2 diabetes went into remission following gastric bypass surgery experienced disease reemergence within 5 years postoperatively.
MIKE Tindall revealed England's Grand Slam bid has been inspired by the reemergence of the real Martin Johnson.
Morrisons warned in September that it expected a low level of market growth in the remainder of 2010, with a slight rise in prices due to the reemergence of some commodity price pressures.
To the Editor: The emergence and reemergence of infectious diseases are major problems for healthcare systems worldwide.
Emma Hamilton and Adam Reed stand between Earth and the reemergence of this great evil, and they only have their faith in God and Christ to protect them.
Author Rafiq Dossani explores India's reemergence onto the world stage, its birth as an independent nation, and how political shifts, social reform, and education have helped to shape a new India.