Emergence [noun]

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In a recent report, you foresee the emergence of a “red chain” and “blue chain.”

Issa and Jacob have long sparred with Krvaric and he blamed the video’s emergence as part of an internal party rivalry finally getting some attention.

Such rituals appear to have become established as societies grew increasingly complex with the emergence of agriculture.

A worsening economy, the chaotic handling of the pandemic, and the emergence of an energising opponent have all served to widen the disconnect between the Belarusian president and people.

Online group chats are “replacing the bar or a party as a pick-up zone, and the emergence of online sex parties and mixers is allowing people to dip their toes into worlds they may have been hesitant to explore in the physical realm.”

It’s also a great time to look for the emergence of new keywords that have suddenly become more important in your customers’ minds.

Marketers would develop best practices for the rare emergence of a new channel and stick to them for a long time.

In contrast, an epidemic is the emergence of a disease in a specific community or region.

To prevent the next big outbreak, researchers around the world are scouting the role of wild animals in the emergence of new human diseases.

It was the emergence of his own youth again, as why should it not be, since he had never married and had never dallied!