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Rise

To increase in price, especially for a security. If a stock's price is $10 per share at the start of the trading day and $15 at the end, the stock is said to have risen.
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If a taxpayer provides software online and the same taxpayer on a regular and ongoing basis in its business produces and provides via fixed medium or download software that has only minor or immaterial differences from the online software, then the provision of software online will give rise to DPGR.
For example, some warranty forms ask insureds to warrant that there is no "fact, circumstance or situation which might give rise to any claim.
To determine if these cells could give rise to differentiated inner ear cell types, growth factors were withdrawn and culture was continued in a defined medium.
But we should do so in a way that affirms our common interest in strengthening international institutions and in addressing the hardships and inequities that, if ignored, give rise to terrorist violence.
The greater an object's size, according to Edmund Burke, the more violently it excites the retina: Thus giant objects give rise to perceptions of the sublime.
But works of beauty that give rise to childlike wonder and delight are still possible.
La Jolla, CA) has patented methods for isolating and using prechondrocytes from the umbilical cord, specifically from Wharton's jelly, that give rise to chondrocytes which produce cartilage.
Facts -- even singularly incredible facts -- were more readily accepted than theories in the new scientific societies of the seventeenth century because they did not give rise to so acrimonious and unsociable debate.
It is one of only a few such discoveries of comets beyond the solar system and provides intriguing new insights into the primordial conditions that give rise to planets, asteroids, and comets.
Service contracts may give rise to private business use because of the flow of monies between the service provider and the facility financed by tax-exempt bonds.
The expansion and strengthening of massive North American multinationals is one of the major objectives of NAFTA, and increased intercorporate trade is what NAFTA will most likely give rise to.
There was also considerable uncertainty about the extent to which tax changes in several foreign countries might give rise to inflationary wage demands in the coming months.