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arise time

In sleep medicine, the time when a person gets out of bed after sleeping as opposed to the time a person becomes alert and awake after sleep.
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However with house prices as low as they are at present it should be a buyers' market, and so it's worrying to hear how many people are spending too much either because they're not striking a deal or because they're not on top of their finances." Phil Spencer added: "We know from helping hundreds of people through the buying process that the same problems and pitfalls arise time and time again and that's why we've created the app.
But that may be why we keep seeing the very same situations arise time after time in litigation.
The signals, and their causes, vary, but some issues arise time and again.