surgent

surgent

(ˈsɜːdʒənt)
adj
1. surging
2. (Psychology) psychol describing a responsive and resourceful personality
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com)-- The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts[R] (NACVA[R]) has joined forces with Surgent CPE, a leader for over 30 years in continuing professional education (CPE) for CPAs and other financial professionals, to offer a bundle of 100 hours of NASBA-qualified self-study courses.
More recently there have been reports of increasing in- surgent attacks launched over the border from Eritrea dur- ing Ethiopia's current state of emergency.
London's first Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan has argued that the ban will backfire as a recruiting surgent for ISIS and other terrorists across the globe.
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Though she works with the same material, April Surgent makes completely different use of it: She shoots photographs of Seattle street scenes and then engraves the melancholy images into thin layers of fused glass.
government is likely to persist in publicly arguing that dialogue with "hard core" armed groups is unacceptable (dialogue being an option reserved for "moderate" irregulars challenging governments in Iraq, Afghanistan, and other regional states), negotiation with in Surgent forces is often the only way to put an end to civil and regional wars.
Looking ahead to the race for the Liam McCarthy, Fennelly sees Galway as the main threat but is also fearful of a re surgent Tipperary as well as Waterford and old rivals Cork.