Look closer, however, and I suspect a different picture will emerge.
If that happens, Kentucky could emerge, ironically, as ground zero for a more progressive, women-friendly politics.
Japan could emerge as the nation that dominated Asia, even when playing in the capital of the old enemy.
It is entirely possible that among Cahill, Chafee, Cutler—and potentially Crist—three will emerge as winners on Election Day.
A profoundly changed Middle East will emerge from these extraordinary days.
By 1970, our surplus capacity had vanished, and as a consequence, the latent power of the oil cartel could emerge in full force.
There was just a chance that the beautiful songstress might emerge.
Gladly, therefore, do we emerge from those soul-confusing labyrinths of speculative Radicalism, into somewhat clearer regions.
Of course, nothing of the old Davenport's was to emerge with the new man.
He heard her footsteps first, then saw her emerge from the gloom, and finally saw her stop as if to listen.