How to use Upsurge in a sentence

upsurge
  • Far from there being an upsurge in investment, the real level remains sluggish.

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  • On the other hand, neighborly help is experiencing an upsurge.

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  • The earlier Roman period saw a major upsurge in the salt industry with numerous Red Hills being created around the coast.

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  • Its excellent disease resistance typifies why roses are enjoying an upsurge in popularity again.

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  • As a result the summer months witnessed an upsurge in sectarian violence particularly in Belfast.

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  • The appearance of the Hale Bopp and Halley's comets, followed by solar and lunar eclipses, caused an upsurge in popular astronomy.

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  • The revolutionary upsurge of the masses turned over the municipalities to workers ' committees.

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  • In 2003 thousands upon thousands came into politics for the first time, propelled by the unprecedented anti-war upsurge.

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  • In Munich too, a spontaneous upsurge was developing.

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  • The recent upsurge in violence is a clear sign of panic of the part of our opponents.

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  • There has been a massive upsurge in interest in the ideas of restorative justice in Northern Ireland over the past three or four years.

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  • Nor has Mother Nature prepared herself for the upsurge in golf courses or enclosed soccer stadiums.

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  • In turn, perhaps this week-end 's upsurge of violence might have been avoided.

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  • Its paper attempted to relate to the upsurge of the movement.

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  • The appearance of the Hale Bopp and Halley 's comets, followed by solar and lunar eclipses, caused an upsurge in popular astronomy.

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  • The recent upsurge in the popularity of Manga has brought in even more female readers.

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  • In the last three years there has been an upsurge in loyalist violence which has given cause for concern.

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  • Parliament was concerned about the sudden upsurge in demands for reform.

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  • In the event of an upsurge in class struggle, many might turn to him.

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  • Deputy General Secretary John Hannett has condemned the latest upsurge in violent crime.

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  • The current upsurge of interest in college hockey can be easily attributed to the fact that more than 25% of current NHL players were on college teams.

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  • Recently there has been an upsurge of dangerous aliens landing on Earth with evil intentions.

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  • Rag rugs experienced an upsurge in popularity during the Great Depression and again during recent years with the green movement and the recession.

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  • In Germany, government measures to tighten the reins on healthcare spending have resulted in an upsurge in cheaper imported medicines.

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  • It is said to have begun in convents and it had its strongest upsurge in the Great Irish Famine of 1846, where its sales helped alleviate poverty woes.

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  • The upsurge in pet products has made it easier than ever to reveal how much we love our four-legged friends, even to the point of wearing clothes sporting their furry faces.

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