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After a few weeks, the caterpillar emerges from its cocoon.
The doors opened and people began to emerge into the street.
The country is slowly emerging from a recession.
Some disturbing rumors were beginning to emerge.
It emerged that he had saved a child by donating his kidney.
Three important factors emerged from our discussions.
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