enter the picture

See: emerge, occur
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The soldiers may be the most technologically advanced of the lot, but there are only ten of them and they have no better tools than the others--until time travelers from the far future enter the picture, with their own agenda.
Children become the dominating figures of one's life when they enter the picture.
Other factors could enter the picture, such as problems at refineries and the weather, but in general we all have to point our fingers at ourselves as much as at anyone else.
Horizontality in politics--that is, what we might call civil society--does not enter the picture until we arrive at the post-colonial era.
by a parent in the car behind him, trust wouldn't enter the picture.
The fact that fossil fuels will not disappear overnight means the technology that has developed over the last 100-plus years will continue to be used as alternatives enter the picture.
That's where IP SANs enter the picture, providing affordable storage consolidation and simpler, centralized data management.
Of course, gorgeous guys enter the picture, Ryan and Marc, who work with the girls in the evenings at Franzl's pizza place.
Only occasionally does the artist enter the picture, in voice off.
The other major health category further complicated when two or three babies enter the picture is sleep.
This is where companies such as Axel Products of Ann Arbor, MI, enter the picture.
Yet, for the Christian philosopher, without jeopardizing this autonomy and independence, faith and theology do enter the picture in some sense.