The link to the Americans arose as a local television reporter probing the Iranian case rang Machado, an expert in diplomatic law.
Questions also arose as to whether Grant intended his order to include Jewish soldiers in the Union Army itself.
Louis sprang to his feet and I arose also, and flung the paper marked with the Yellow Sign to the ground.
New opportunities, however, arose with 2011's social movement, spurred by high costs of living.
The familiar notion of the press as a watchdog for government only arose much later.
Whether this arose from personal spite or from superstition does not matter.
As Harrah arose Bruce took a step closer and looked at him squarely.
She arose as she said this, so Carter had no other alternative than to follow her into the royal presence.
And he could not but hear a vague laughter which arose in him.
Then the doubt, universal in the minds of second-hand dealers, arose.