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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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The impressive performance underlines the resurgent fortunes of the UK's car manufacturing industry, which is now exporting more in value terms than it imports for the first time since the 1970s.
The resurgent price reportedly prompted President Barack Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron to discuss releasing strategic oil reserves to curb further rises.
present a discussion of the diverse role of resurgent religious influence on political institutions around the globe.
But right now we have to focus fully on facing a resurgent Bradford this weekend in what should be a classic encounter.
The attack in the southern Shabwa province on July 25 was among five raids on state targets since June, which have been blamed on the resurgent militant group.
In the other semi-final, Ana Ivanovic's resurgent run came to an end as she lost 6-4 6-2 to Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez.
Summary: Brown set to focus on the economy as he tries to claw back the initiative in the General Election campaign from the resurgent Lib Dems.
PINEWOOD and Shepperton film studios yesterday hailed 2009 as a resurgent year for the cinema industry.
The whole of North Wales will be very interested in the Crusaders and a resurgent Wrexham FC as there are no bigger teams in either sport anywhere else in North Wales.
A leading Malaysian opposition politician has gone on trial for allegedly insulting a member of the country's royalty, in a case critics say amounts to a government witch hunt aimed at intimidating a resurgent opposition.
The Taliban is resurgent and al Qaeda is increasing its attacks from its safe haven along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border," The Nation quoted Obama, as saying.