More active air, a matutinal distant cock, ecclesiastical clocks at various points, avine music, the isolated tread of an early wayfarer, the visible diffusion of the light of an invisible luminous body, the first golden limb of the resurgent sun perceptible low on the horizon.
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The publicity from the school’s resurgent football program has more students applying for admission.
Economists hope a resurgent economy will lift wages without increasing inflation.