Origin of emergence
Related formsnon·e·mer·gence, nounre·e·mer·gence, noun
Examples from the Web for emergence
Thorgerson and Powell turned to video and film—a smart move given the emergence of MTV.
We saw the emergence of fashion designers who specialized in creating abayas.Saudi Activist Manal Al-Sharif on Why She Removed the Veil|Manal Al Sharif, Advancing Human Rights|October 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Instead there was the emergence of a Tea Party movement that brought many traditionally low-propensity voters to the polls.
Nomani said her activism, which took root before the emergence of social media, has often been lonely and isolating.Twin visions of Islamic Feminism Split Muslim Community|Shaheen Pasha|September 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The emergence of new technology can have the most unexpected results on human behavior.
I had hoped to make my emergence by that path which came inside the royal pyramid.The Lost Continent|C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne
Activity may be sporadic after emergence if the weather is cold.
The wooden bridge, prepared for such an emergence, was thrown across the chasm.Hernando Cortez|John S. C. Abbott
One very important fact to be recognized is the emergence or development of the genuine hymn in Israel.The Assyrian and Hebrew Hymns of Praise|Charles Gordon Cumming
Madame de Chantelle's emergence from an inner room snatched Darrow from these irrelevant musings.The Reef|Edith Wharton