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- v. Present participle of surface.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In mining, the act of washing the ‘dirt’ on the surface of the ground for gold; gold-digging on the surface.
- n. Wash-dirt or surface soil in which gold is supposed to be.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. emerging to the surface and becoming apparent
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And higher upon the wall, more than once, his name surfacing in the middle of the night.
All it takes to prevent embarrassing photos surfacing is an e-mail notification, and 2 minutes of effort.
When supernatural artifacts from the Homelands begin surfacing in the modern world, it falls to Cinderella, Fabletownâ€ ™ s best kept (and best dressed) secret agent to stop the illegal trafficking.
There is more and more research coming out that is new and things that are surfacing from the past that show that a calorie is not a calorie is not a calorie.
"The new edition of Fassbinder's dramatic works has been given the more provisional title Theaterstücke (Theatre Plays), presumably in anticipation of further unpublished plays and fragments surfacing from the archives."
It seems however that talk is again surfacing about passing such legislation.
"Here is his name surfacing over and over again in these reports, and we felt like we needed to step in."
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - There appears to be a new name surfacing for the post of U.S. Attorney for Utah.
McCaffrey, who built a mini-MAAC dynasty by winning the past three MAAC championships, had been something of a hot commodity, with his name surfacing on both the Seton Hall and St. John's wish lists.
There is a new word surfacing within the landscape of today's churches.