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Example Sentences for "arise"

If any questions arise during the lecture, don't hesitate to ask themGive me a call if any problems arise.

If any questions arise during the lecture, don't hesitate to ask them.

He always helps out whenever the need for it arises.

The charges against him arose as a result of his dealings with a company which is suspected of smuggling goods from Asia.

The boys start to pick on him whenever the opportunity arises.

One or two minor problems arose during the project, but we were able to take care of them.

It is not entirely certain if birds descended from dinosaurs or if they arose as a totally different species.

Saskya Pandita once said that the quarrels of men often arise from too great a familiarity.

The Buddha stated that we are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts we make the world.

If any questions or concerns arise during the presentation, please don't hesitate to raise your hand.

In 1297, in Scotland, there arose a great hero by the name of William Wallace.

Nationalist movements began to arise in Algeria at the close of World War One.

Someone once suggested that a lot of trouble arises from workers who don't think, and from thinkers who don't work.

Most scientists have concluded that our behavior arises from the activities of the brain.

If the need ever arises, I can come in and work on the weekend.

The children had already arisen and were excitedly waiting to open their Christmas presents when my wife and I got out of bed.

Arise great warriors! the King cried, Your country needs you in this time of war!


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