Examples of emerging in a Sentence
There is an emerging consensus that the war will end soon.
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His ear for what's current and what's classic, his ability to smell a hit from miles away, his knack for identifying great emerging acts, and his superb talent for creating sounds that are both innovative and timeless!
When measured against a benchmark similar to CAPE, European and emerging-market stockmarkets are not as strikingly priced as American ones.
While states like Texas and New York had emerging manager programs, the federal government which manages hundreds of billions of dollars had no diversity in their management.
The test took place hours before Xi took the stage as host of the BRICS summit of major emerging economies — a meeting meant to showcase Beijing as a global player.
BEIJING (AP) — China and India may have ended a tense border standoff for now, but their longstanding rivalry raises questions about the possibility of meaningful cooperation at an upcoming summit of major emerging economies.
Foodies don’t have to switch islands either, as Martha's Vineyard has its own emerging scene.
Yet most emerging-market bonds have recovered quickly from their Trump-trade beating, despite what fund outflows suggest.
During the conference, Mrs. Clinton and President Obama crashed a meeting of officials from major emerging economies and extracted an agreement to monitor global carbon emissions, which rescued the negotiations.
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