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resurgence

[ri′sər·jəns]
(hydrology)
The point where an underground stream reappears at the surface to become a surface stream. Also known as emergence; exsurgence; rise.
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Considering this difference in sources could provide insight into difficulties later arising in the resurgence of Calvinism among Southern Baptists.