“I am just floored by this,” Jo Farrell, now 83, told The Denver Post eight years ago when the allegations first surfaced.
Pictures of Michelle Obama in Spain surfaced last week amid criticism that she was a “modern-day Marie Antoinette.”
Around the world, similar theories and bits-and-pieces of evidence have surfaced.
And, yet again, reports have surfaced that there were significant amounts of prescription medications in the house.
Her name had surfaced in conservative journals like The Weekly Standard and National Review.
surfaced roads were an obvious boon to marketing but they also had a number of unexpected positive effects.
The posts and cleat are surfaced on four sides, while the other pieces are surfaced on only two sides.
The earth is first beaten down with a V-shaped rammer, and then surfaced with one with a flat bottom.
The sides and bottom of the keyway should be surfaced true with the file.
This work when completed will provide a surfaced highway between Astoria and Pendleton.
"come to the surface," 1898, from surface (n.). Earlier it meant "bring to the surface" (1885), and "to give something a polished surface" (1778). Related: Surfaced; surfacing.
surface sur·face (sûr'fəs)
The outer or topmost part of a solid structure.
To get up or leave one's room or home: hasn't surfaced for days since the breakup (1963+)