Emerging is the title of the only album by the Phil Keaggy Band, released in 1977 on NewSong Records. The album was re-released on CD in 2000 as ReEmerging with a different track listing, including four newly recorded songs by the original band members.
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... The Emerging Artist grant offers recipients a $2,000 grant ... The cash award is intended to further the vision and career of artists with emerging talent, who demonstrate extraordinary future promise ...
... The emerging pre-reader stage, also known as reading readiness, happens when a young child sits and listens to someone read to them ... Emerging reading takes many years of language experience, along with the increase of both conceptual and social development ... This emerging pre-reader stage usually lasts for the first five years of a child's life ...
... Phil Keaggy Solo releases 1970s What a Day Love Broke Thru Emerging The Master and the Musician Ph'lip Side 1980s Town to Town Play thru Me Underground Getting Closer! Way Back Home The ...
... The term, pre-emerging markets is a standard term for the smaller, and/or less-developed — yet still investable — equity markets of the developing world ... The countries comprising the list of pre-emerging, or frontier equity markets is often debated, and by definition, is constantly changing ... By definition of their inclusion in this category, pre-emerging markets are expected to "graduate" to emerging market status over time, in that the market capitalization will increase as ...
... Baring Emerging Europe (LSE BEE) is a large British investment trust dedicated to investments in emerging countries in Europe, particularly Russia ...
Famous quotes containing the word emerging:
“That which is given to see
At any moment is the residue, shadowed
In gold or emerging into the clear bluish haze
Of uncertainty. We come back to ourselves
Through the rubbish of cloud and tree-spattered pavement.
These days stand like vapor under the trees.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
“Adolescents, for all their self-involvement, are emerging from the self-centeredness of childhood. Their perception of other people has more depth. They are better equipped at appreciating others reasons for action, or the basis of others emotions. But this maturity functions in a piecemeal fashion. They show more understanding of their friends, but not of their teachers.”
—Terri Apter (20th century)
“Adolescents swing from euphoric self-confidence and a kind of narcissistic strength in which they feel invulnerable and even immortal, to despair, self-emptiness, self-deprecation. At the same time they seem to see an emerging self that is unique and wonderful, they suffer an intense envy which tears narcissism into shreds, and makes other peoples qualities hit them like an attack of lasers.”
—Terri Apter (20th century)