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arise

(Appear), verb become manifest, become nooiceable, become visible, come forth, come in sight, come in view, come to light, come to notice, emerge, make an appearance, manifest itself, present itself, reveal itself, show itself
Associated concepts: arise under an obligation, arise under the laws of the United States, arising out of a contract, arissng out of and in the course of employment, arising out of employment, arising under federal law, arising under the Constitution, arising upon contract, cause of action arising, counterclaim arising out of the plaintiff's claim

arise

(Occur), verb become operative, come about, come to pass, eventuate, get under way, happen, proceed, take place, transpire

arise

(Originate), verb accrue, be born, be derived, become, begin, come from, come into action, come into being, come into existence, come to be, emanate, ensue, eventuate, evolve, flow, follow, grow out of, have origin, initiate, issue forth, proceed from, spring forth, spring up, start, start out, take birth, take origin
See also: appear, commence, disobey, emerge, ensue, follow, happen, occur, originate, proceed, rebel, redound, result, stem, succeed, supervene
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Because our patient's pedicle was located between the median and lateral epiglottic folds, we believe that her tumor might have actually arisen from the thyroglossal duct analage.
Other than the Allegheny loss reserve, no other events have arisen which would negatively impact the Company's earnings expectations for the remainder of 1998.
However, electron microscopy definitively confirmed that the first neoplasm was epithelial in origin and that the second tumor was a sarcoma that had arisen in the radiation field rather than a recurrence of the original tumor (figure 2).
The patient was taken to the operating room, where a telescopic examination showed that the large polypoid mass had arisen from the right middle turbinate and was obstructing the right middle meatus (figure, A, arrow).