re-emergence


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re-emergence

n
the act or an instance of re-emerging
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The UAE as part of Coalition will continue to act firmly against the re-emergence of terror groups in Yemen.
Rabbi Evan Moffic will speak on the re-emergence of anti-Semitism in America at First Congregational Church in Elgin on Sunday, July 21 at 4 p.m.
Residents urged the authorities to launch a comprehensive drive to remove encroachments which should then be followed by strict monitoring to check re-emergence of the encroachers.
This would be just a "protective measure" to keep the "great economic re-emergence intact." Kudlow is not trying to criticize the Fed, he said, but noted he thought the FOMC's December tightening went too far.
Recent times have seen a re-emergence of the women's movement in terms of women's activism and campaigning to challenge social policy which adversely impacts women and children, change legislation, challenge gender stereotypes and stand in support of women like Sally.
One such example is the re-emergence of the extremely foul smell and the collection of sewage water in large pools on Seaview beach.
He said during a news conference in Erbil that "the Kurdistan region of Iraq has coordination with the federal government in Baghdad, on the issue of security and the fight against terrorism, to maintain the victories achieved by the expulsion of this organization from Iraqi cities." "We have concerns about the re-emergence of the organization," he said.
Nigerian opposition coalition may collapse before the 2019 general election and give way for the the re-emergence of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Speaking yesterday, he said it was "a useful prop to demonstrate to all the European leaders the extent to which the concerns about the re-emergence of a hard border and the possibility of a return to violence are very real".
ISLAMABAD -- In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), alert has been issued about re-emergence of dengue virus.
Last month, while speaking at an event welcoming the Pakistani envoy, Siddiqui had said Pakistan is well on its way to its revival and re-emergence.
Between Limerick's emergence, Clare's re-emergence and Tipperary and Waterford failing to progress, much of the narrative has been focused elsewhere in Munster this year and Cork have almost breezed into the final unnoticed.