And in Diyarbakır Kurdish Hizbullah, a militant Islamist group that in the 1990s battled the PKK, made a re-appearance.
There was no re-appearance of scurvy and we had plenty of warm clothing.
With her re-appearance on the campus the Sans took heart again.
Little by little it was thus clarified, though from the first flash of his re-appearance she had read into it the real essence.
There was no sign of its re-appearance, however, in all the country round.
Tod had not made his re-appearance; Hugh and Lena were in bed.
Unasked, Job took a chair, resolved to await Charley's re-appearance.
His distressed friends were surprised by his re-appearance in a few days after, the Wednesday following, as they think.
His question was answered by the re-appearance of the barefooted servitors.
Lying flat on the wall, he awaited patiently their re-appearance.
late 14c., "visible state or form, figure; mere show," from Anglo-French apparaunce, Old French aparance "appearance, display, pomp" (13c.), from Latin apparentia, abstract noun from aparentem, past participle of apparere (see appear). Meaning "semblance" is recorded from early 15c.; that of "action of coming into view" is mid-15c. Phrase keep up appearances attested from 1760 (save appearances in same sense is 1711).