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  • verb nonstandard Simple past tense and past participle of arise.

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Examples

  • I've done with that, but one problem arised, that is when i type new value to textbox and hit the button, for demonstration I add new Label and assign the value I just typed in to it but it didn't work.

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  • Coming in to the season the Red Sox had the deepest pitching rotation in the league, but now some question marks have arised in whether or not this is true.

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  • It could be said that this may not have arised because of the war.

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  • McCain's camp also issued a statement calling this an early ruling that's not a victory or a loss, but says they're still: ". .disappointed that the court declined to dismiss Jackson Browne's suit, despite the fact that the court found that Browne's claims arised out of protected speech activity and that the evidence was undisputed that Senator McCain played no part in the creation or dissemination of the video."

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  • This is due to avoid fraud or unwanted problem arised

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  • Darwin himself KNEW that his hypothesis had weak spots, and all he did anyways was renounce his faith and say that it was all a hoax simply because he could not deal with some of the questions that arised in his religious experience.

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  • YEAH WRITTEN REPORT FINALLY FINISHED at 9. 45pm. but apparently alot of bad things happened like printer problems arised after this the moment before handing it up. without prilaa

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  • There is enough talent outside of the Assembly that would enrich our political process if the chance arised.

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  • It seems that the issue arised in California because we have a fresh opinion from their ethics committee where they confirm what we all knew: should a client ask for his file, he has the right to get everything in electronic format…

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  • Traveling through North America for years, sometimes the situation arised where somebody would ask me whether I could switch places with them, because they needed to sit next to their dearly beloved, blah blah blah.

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