“Emerge” in the news
|began to emerge|
|did not emerge|
|started to emerge|
Publications and example sentences
The New York Times
· Who Should Bear the Financial Brunt of the Coronavirus in Baseball? →
The lesions are emerging as yet another symptom of infection with the new coronavirus.
· Trump isn't just about to lose the election. He's about to lose five or six elections for the Republicans to come →
The past week’s polls have been brutal, for the president and his party, as coalitions emerge in response to Trumpism that could last a generation.
· Continental Resources: Harold Hamm Takes A Stand →
Therefore, if the coronavirus challenges fade as quickly as many hope, this company could emerge from the current production shutdown relatively unscathed.
· Rwanda court sentences ex-mayor to life for role in genocide →
It emerged last week that another top suspect, former defence minister Augustin Bizimana, had actually been dead for 20 years.
The New York Times
· Management of Bailout Money Poses Political Test for Trump →
The Trump administration’s implementation of the largest economic bailout in American history has emerged as a political liability for the president, with businesses, banks and Democrats assailing the White House over its handling of a centerpiece program intended to help keep businesses and workers afloat during the virus-induced shutdown.
· Monro, Inc. (MNRO) CEO Brett Ponton on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
And lastly, we continue to execute on our Monro.Forward strategic initiatives and continue to adjust operations to emerge stronger from this crisis.
· Johnson sticks by aide over 'minor' lockdown violation →
Seperate contact tracing systems launched in England and Scotland Thursday, similar to those being adopted in other countries that are starting to emerge from weeks of emotionally crippling confinement.
· Former Lime exec launches Cabana, a company that merges #vanlife and hotels →
“Ideas that utilize existing infrastructure and satisfy a previously unseen or emerging consumer need are often the genesis of companies that can establish and lead a new industry,” said VanderZanden in a statement.
· Crushing It: Qualys Is A No-Brainer →
Solid balance sheet and strong fundamentals suggest that Qualys will emerge from the pandemic in great shape.
· Lebanon adopts law to lift banking secrecy for officials →
But still reports have emerged of mass capital flight, angering campaigners.