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
His emergence is opportune as Virginia begins ACC play against Boston College on Dec. 30.
In Austin in the 1990s, Holladay helped lead the city’s emergence as a tech hub while at the semiconductor giant Sematech, a company started by microchip pioneer Bob Noyce.
Taylor flourished, to the point that his emergence will push Eaton to left field in 2018 with Bryce Harper in right field.
His emergence coincided with Salmen's surge in the second quarter which broke the game wide open.
His emergence has allowed the Lions to get rookie Teez Tabor on the position more in nickel packages.
Juwan Morgan continued his emergence, Indiana’s shooting struggles deepened and the Hoosiers are back at .500.
Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Kuwait -- which together pump more than 50 percent of OPEC’s crude -- signaled firm support for an extension that would forestall a re-emergence of the glut next year.
His emergence made Jason Demers expendable, and the veteran was traded during training camp to Arizona for forward Jamie McGinn.
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