Examples of emergence in a Sentence
the emergence of the Internet as an important means of communication
the economy's emergence from a recession
Recent Examples of emergence from the Web
In fact, the emergence of great wealth is bolstering art and sports more than ever before.
In 2008, Barack Obama’s emergence on the national scene led millions of Americans to see in him things that may or may not have been there.
In the 1970s, both the growing force of the feminist movement and the emergence of hardcore pornography began to diminish Playboy’s power in the marketplace.
The emergence of Watson had rebuilt the Texans into a far different team from the one that had relied mostly on its defense to win games over the past few seasons.
More recently, Moore spoke out against transgender people in the military and the emergence of transgender bathrooms.
The emergence of such groups revived talk in Russia of legalising Russian PMCs to create companies in the vein of American security contractors such as Academi (formerly called Blackwater).
Missouri’s defensive line has come alive in recent weeks with the emergence of redshirt freshman Tre Williams finally giving Missouri some pass rush.
The emergence of defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence, who has a sack in every game and leads the NFL with 7.5 sacks, is making a huge difference.
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