A question arises, however, as to whether the converse also holds.
In stems, the first cork cambium usually arises immediately inside the epidermis or in the epidermis itself.
Arthur’s uncontrollable laughter arises from a medical condition that is possibly the result of childhood abuse.
The episode arises from the ineffectiveness of the current set-up, but also points to a certain resilience in it.
Here, Your Majesty, when the internal fire element arises, it doesn’t come from anywhere.
If beliefs have conceptual content, a question arises about whether experiences do as well.
Causal decision theory’s approach to those problems arises from its nonpositivistic methodology and its attention to causation.
The other major tendency in today’s theatre arises from an investigation of the sources of the theatre’s uniqueness and strength.
They are optimistic that the finding could eventually lead to treatments to prevent the often debilitating pain that arises when cartilage erodes away.
One, this topic arises every time the UK party is in turmoil, without there being a specific explanation as to how autonomy would work or serve the party's interests in Scotland.
But as the demonstrations tear through their third week, with no apparent loss of momentum, the little voice that inevitably arises with all such public outbursts begins to be heard.
Jones of the N.A.A.C.P. believes that many Northerners do not understand that school segregation arises from more than just random housing patterns, and thus do not feel responsible for correcting it.
Synthetic analogues of calcitonin are of particular interest in the treatment of osteoporosis, a disease characterized by the thinning of bones that arises from increased bone resorption or decreased bone formation.
Friction, also called in this context dry, or Coulomb, damping, arises chiefly from the electrostatic forces of attraction between the sliding surfaces and converts mechanical energy of motion, or kinetic energy, into heat.
He wrote: “For when the pain of headache becomes almost unbearably severe, an instinctive desire sometimes arises either to strike the place violently in the hope of relieving the pain, or to wish that some operation could be done to remove the pain.”
"The council is very aware of the public concern caused by the potential loss of the Madeira restaurant, The Thai House and the independent, music venue Gwdihw and we are actively working with Gwdihw to help them relocate in the city if the need arises."
Much of the poem’s charm arises from Anstey’s mastery of versification, but the element of parody, together with the simple caricature and occasional accurate delineation of scenes well-known to 18th-century readers, helps to explain the poem’s popularity.
The possible change arises from a legal challenge by multinational firms Nestlé and Cargill to a ruling that allowed a lawsuit lodged under the disputed Alien Tort Statute to be brought against them for “aiding and abetting” forced labour in Ivory Coast’s cocoa industry.
One might say that the intuition that physical facts cannot fix determinate contents arises from the fact that we do not have a suitably good understanding of how intentionality arises from physical facts; had we such an understanding, the intuition would disappear.
Thus, a liposarcoma arises from a precursor to a fat cell called a lipoblastic cell; a myosarcoma is derived from precursor muscle cells (myogenic cells); and squamous-cell carcinoma arises from the outer layers of mucous membranes or the skin (composed primarily of squamous, or scalelike, cells).
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