the act or an instance of re-emerging
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How to use re-emergence in a sentence
Despite the re-emergence of Monica Lewinsky in the public eye, it's unlikely that she'll have any political impact.
Is this the re-emergence of Paul Ryan's affiliation with the Jude Wanniski/Jack Kemp school of supply-side economics?
On September 5, he said that after the elections, we would see the re-emergence of the opposition.
We have noted the marvellous vitality of the old Neolithic thought, its re-emergence, its influence on Greek philosophy.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe | John M. Tyler
It was like the sudden re-emergence of something repressed, the satisfaction of something hungry.Robert Elsmere | Mrs. Humphry Ward