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
Williams' emergence last month in Tucson enhances Oregon's hopes of sweeping the Pac-12 men's and women's outdoor team titles for the 10th consecutive year.
Jrue Holiday's emergence this season as one of the league's best two-way players has validated the controversial draft-night trade Demps made five years ago to acquire the veteran guard.
Terry Rozier's emergence couldn't have come at a better time and Marcus Smart is a rock on defense.
But Simmons' emergence put McConnell on the bench, and without complaint.
This part of the world is rich in such tracks, and Dr Bernardi has been able to use them, together with details of the Dolomites’ geology, to paint a precise picture of the dinosaurs’ emergence.
Gillibrand's emergence as the embodiment of a political movement is at once surprising and predictable.
Entries are judged based on their originality, technical skill and emergence of personal vision or voice.
Panelists include: Bree Gant: A Detroit documentarian and Howard University graduate whose work explores Black aesthetics, ritual and emergence.
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EMERGENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of emergence for English Language Learners
: the act of becoming known or coming into view : the act of emerging
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