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resurgent

[ri′sər·jənt]
(geology)
Referring to magmatic water or gases that were derived from sources on the earth's surface, from its atmosphere, or from country rock of the magma.
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Resurgent will become a wholly owned subsidiary of PRA Group Canada.
New York [U.S.A.], Aug 30 ( ANI ): Spanish tennis player Fernando Verdasco on Wednesday (local time) ended former World No 1 Andy Murray's resurgent run at the ongoing US Open.
After the Resurgent conference, Cruz headed to a meeting with supporters and home school families in east Austin, where he continued to press the argument that the GOP base cannot take November for granted.
Speaking about how it all started, Andrew Gill, who heads up Rhondda Resurgent with wife Sara and friend Barry Price-Lewis, said the group was inspired by Ferndale's Arts Factory.
Those who have the means also have a strong desire to keep what they hold; the have-nots badly need a resurgent Labour Party.
U.S President Barack Obama on Tuesday unveiled a $1 billion US security plan for eastern Europe aimed at allaying fears over a resurgent Kremlin and the escalating pro-Russian uprising in ex-Soviet Ukraine.
Let us not forget however, that while lease events will play a significant role in this resurgent demand, there are wider factors at play.
House prices too have revived but modestly, aside from a resurgent London market.
Tokyo: Petra Kvitova ended the run of a resurgent Venus Williams at the Pan Pacific Open yesterday, winning a high-octane shootout 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 to reach the final of the $2.3 million event, where she will face fellow "lefty" Angelique Kerber.
BOOMING demand from China has helped drive a record pounds 1.5bn profit at resurgent luxury car maker Jaguar Land Rover.
The drop comes as some economists warn that the overall rate of inflation may not pull back as quickly as previously thought amid resurgent oil prices, although the ONS said there was no evidence of this in February.