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Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Arosethe preterite of the verb arise.
the past or preterit tense of Arise
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
a-rōz′, pa.t. of Arise.
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The numerical value of arose in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of arose in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Examples of arose in a Sentence
Rudyard Kipling, As Easy as A.B.C. (1917):
Once there was The People - Terror gave it birth; Once there was The People, and it made a hell of earth! Earth arose and crushed it. Listen, oh, ye slain! Once there was The People - it shall never be again!
It's a normal evolution, we have done it on a case-by-case basis when some cases arose and they were pretty evident.
When you look at the sequence of the virus in terms of its transmissibility, it looks a lot like the Alpha variant that arose out of the UK and came to the US at the beginning part of the year, which was more transmissible than the original lineage but not more transmissible than Delta, on that basis, I actually don't think Omicron is necessarily going to outcompete Delta.
We probably would have supported the decision if it was different, if it was made for the right reasons, since these allegations arose, I think the Blackhawks as an organization have handled everything in the right way and they’ve taken the proper steps. We’ll see at the end of the day what comes of it.
Weve determined the deaths were produced by the collision that arose from the speed and destabilization of the vehicle generated by the chase and the shots.
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