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billowy, billowing(a), surgingadjective
characterized by great swelling waves or surges
"billowy storm clouds"; "the restless billowing sea"; "surging waves"
The action or an instance of a surge.
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The numerical value of surging in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of surging in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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The failed exit from Afghanistan, the surging inflation that’s a hidden tax on everyone in this country, the highest cost of everyday living that we’ve seen in 40 years, the crisis at the border that’s not only affecting Arizona but every state with fentanyl spilling in, and now this muddled policy in Ukraine, we’ve never projected more weakness on the global stage, and there’s no real sense to his economic policy.
The needs of our health care system is surging, so what PPE we have is being taken up by our health care system, so, we need to create slack and build additional supply in order to meet the needs of the natural disasters we're expecting.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley:
I think history is full of examples of not only the inevitable frontrunner being inevitable right up until caucus night, but also the candidates that is surging in June is never the candidate who is surging in January.
Europe should support Israel - not pressure Israel, not attack Israel, but support Israel, which is the only real shield that Europe and the Middle East have against extremist Islam, which is surging.
Despite the ominous headlines about a trade war with China, we're comfortable with U.S. equities at current prices amid favorable macro trends and surging earnings growth.
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