We are shooting ourselves in the foot with bad policy decisions, and it emanates from Washington.
Civilization begins with them, and emanates from them to the rest of the community.
Everything else is just the sort of humid hot air that emanates from Washington in August.
There inhale unrestrained the breeze, the sunlight, and the subtle essence which emanates from the ocean.
They shall give me that which properly they cannot give, but which emanates from them.
If this were so, the light could not vanish so long as the object from which it emanates itself continues to subsist.
The quivering vitality that emanates from his pictures is thrilling.
The initiation of every undertaking, national as well as local, emanates from the Town Hall.
Here, you and I will sign it, to show from whom it emanates.
That is technical enough, I admit, but it emanates from high authority.