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Allardyce also provided an update on knocks sustained by a couple of his other squad member as Everton looked to bounce back from disappointing home results against Manchester City and Liverpool by beating a resurgent Swans outfit.
The dash came down to a two-way battle between defending champion Josef Newgarden, driving for Penske, and series rookie Robert Wickens, part of a resurgent Schmidt Peterson Motorsports effort.
Friday’s session marked the S&P 500’s ninth 1% swing up or down in the past 11 trading days, a sign of stocks’ uneasy footing and resurgent volatility.
While the headlines will naturally focus on a resurgent Tiger Woods, Sharma has received a special invitation to play in this year's Masters, crowning a remarkable rise from the Asian Development Tour to the game's most prestigious event.
Of course, yields are bound to rise somewhat because of the Federal Reserve’s pledge of serial short-term rate increases and a newly resurgent economy.
While Ford has said that being in a hip section of a resurgent Detroit would enhance the drive toward innovation and recruitment of young people, the company reiterated on Wednesday its commitment to the City of Dearborn.
But don't discount a quieter, twin plague, law enforcement and public health authorities say: Methamphetamine is resurgent in Alaska.
Much of the resurgent interest in UBI has come from Silicon Valley.
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Resurgent means literally a "rising again". We may speak of a resurgent baseball team, a resurgent steel industry, the resurgence of jogging, or a resurgence of violence in a war zone. Resurgence is particularly prominent in its Italian translation, risorgimento. In the 19th century, when the Italian peninsula consisted of a number of small independent states, a popular movement known as the Risorgimento managed to unify the peninsula and create the modern state of Italy in 1870.
Origin and Etymology of resurgent
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Definition of resurgent for English Language Learners
: becoming popular, active, or successful again after a period of being less popular, active, or successful
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