Definitions for upsurgeʌpˈsɜrdʒ; ˈʌpˌsɜrdʒ
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rush, spate, surge, upsurge(noun)
a sudden forceful flow
a sudden or abrupt strong increase
"stimulated a surge of speculation"; "an upsurge of emotion"; "an upsurge in violent crime"
a sudden strong rise or flow
to surge up, or to become stronger or greater
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You've seen a huge upsurge now after the deal the President made with the Castro brothers, and it's becoming a real crisis.
The upsurge in violence is a grim reminder of the unsustainable human rights situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territory and the volatile environment it engenders.
This upsurge is mostly all bad for Abbas, any change in confronting Israel is necessarily a weakening of Abbas and a strengthening of his Palestinian political opponents, both within Fatah and outside it.
Historically, diplomatic activity in this conflict has increased in response to violence, the U.S. is shifting from largely ignoring this conflict to sending the secretary of state to reinvest in dealing with it. That is something Abbas desires. But the risks that attend this upsurge are much greater for him than the potential benefits.
It has been exciting to see the upsurge in interest for women’s football in the weeks following the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada, but we need to ensure the momentum is maintained, today we have fully endorsed the calls to action announced during the symposium and used these to develop proposals to increase the number of women involved, not only on the field but also in governance and in business aspects of the game.
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