Reemergence

Translations
réémergence
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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.
However, reemergence of infection after treatment is common.
Wildlife can also be a source for reemergence of previously controlled zoonoses.
However, Dickerson explains, yellow fever is a prime candidate for reemergence both as a potential terrorist weapon and as a public health threat borne of global warming.
Bruyn (Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology, Boston College) has as its primary focus America and the world's radical shifts with respect to dealing with issues of injustice, ecological destruction, political instability, weapons of mass destruction, the reemergence of authoritarian governments, and the necessity to create a secure future as a "civil republic".
In between, there were some fascinating reversals and re-reversals, as in the decline of social explanations for the French revolution, in favor of the revenge of culture and ideas, and then their partial reemergence.
The tendency has continued with a reinvigorated market for William Eggleston and the reemergence of other prominent figures from the period, including Robert Adams, Mitch Epstein, Joel Sternfeld, and Mary Ellen Mark.
This study covers the reemergence phase of 1997-2004 by examining the exchange's behavior using a hybrid model that combines artificial intelligence with genetic training.