Some articles on arise:
... ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic Q Arise garnered praise from a wide variety of sources ... Arise was the first Sepultura record to enter the Billboard charts, at number 119 ... also the first to gain a music certification—Arise went gold in 1992 for selling 25,000 copies in Indonesia ...
... Arise Virtual Solutions Inc, based in Miramar, Florida, is a founding provider of the homeshoring concept, a type of outsourcing in which client support contacts (calls ... Founded in 1994 as Willow CSN by Richard Cherry and Gail Nichols, Arise currently contracts with Individual Businesses totalling more than 26,000 Client Support Professionals (who are employees, contractors, or owners ... Arise operates an entirely online / virtual application and certification process for potential applicants through computer proficiency tests, verbal accent assessment, and eLearning ...
... the right! Let the freeborn sons of the North arise In power’s avenging night Shall the glorious Union our father’s have made, By ruthless hands be sunder ...
... Arise, My Love was adapted as a radio play on the June 8, 1942 episode of Lux Radio Theater with Milland joined by Loretta Young ...
... Arise (foaled 1946 at Hamburg Place in Kentucky) was a Canadian Hall of Fame Thoroughbred racehorse ... Arise was purchased by Harry Addison, Sr ... In 1948 the two-year-old Arise was sent south to race in New York State where he won twice and was notably second in the Youthful Stakes, a race that at the time was one of the most important of the year ...
More definitions of "arise":
- (verb): Come into existence; take on form or shape.
Synonyms: originate, rise, develop, uprise, spring up, grow
- (verb): Occur.
Synonyms: come up
Famous quotes containing the word arise:
“The work of the political activist inevitably involves a certain tension between the requirement that positions be taken on current issues as they arise and the desire that ones contributions will somehow survive the ravages of time.”
—Angela Davis (b. 1944)
“One does not arise from such a book as Sister Carrie with a smirk of satisfaction; one leaves it infinitely touched.”
—H.L. (Henry Lewis)
“At first, he savored only the material quality of the sounds secreted by the instruments. And it had already been a great pleasure when, beneath the tiny line of the violin, slender, resistant, dense and driving, he noticed the mass of the pianos part seeking to arise in a liquid splashing, polymorphous, undivided, level and clashing like the purple commotion of wave charmed and flattened by the moonlight.”
—Marcel Proust (18711922)