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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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Aurora Resurgence, a Los Angeles-based private equity firm, has announced that it has sold LandCare, a national provider of landscape maintenance services, to the company's management team and a small group of investors led by Scott Brickman, former CEO of the Brickman Group, the company said.
The highly contagious virus has made a resurgence in parts of US due to low levels of vaccination amongst a few communities in the nation.
Resurgence is the recurrence of a previously reinforced and extinguished response when another response is placed on extinction (Lieving, Hagopian, Long, & O'Connor, 2004; Lieving & Lattal, 2003).
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'The resurgence of measles is of serious concern, with extended outbreaks occurring across regions, and particularly in countries that had achieved, or were close to achieving measles elimination,' Dr Soumya Swaminathan, Deputy Director General for Programmes at WHO said.
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"Russian Resurgence" is author Allan Topol's deftly crafted and inherently riveting novel that effectively showcases his genuine flair as a novelist for character and narrative driven storytelling.
WIRRAL Council has vowed the closure of Birkenhead's House of Fraser store will not dent plans for the town centre's resurgence.
ISLAMABAD -- Chairman of Ministry of Railways Javed Anwar Thursday held meeting with a delegation of Pakistan Air Force and discussed matter pertaining to resurgence of PAF sidings and three locations.
The story of Hispanic aggressiveness in the Mediterranean during Philip's reign is a standard part of eighteenth-century history; however The Spanish Resurgence, by Christopher Storrs, a historian at the University of Dundee, is a reassessment.
The PTI chairman said a vacuum exists in FATA, which if not filled, will again lead to a resurgence of terrorism in tribal areas.