The resurgence of the Anglo-Saxons under Harold at Hastings hides from view an earlier period of Viking domination of England.
Analyst firms have begun to track a resurgence in the technology industry that began to increase late in 2003 and into 2004.
Rebuilding those inventories will trigger a combination of increased U.S. production and a resurgence in imports in coming months.
Ironically, in the prosperous 1990s, expensive cigars enjoyed a resurgence of popularity as a badge of affluence.
He said the resurgence of economic activity in Solwezi following the opening of Kansanshi mine was benefiting not only the district but also the entire province.
Continuing a resurgence of interest in Ernest Shackleton's attempts to reach the South Pole, The Collins Press has republished the explorer's two books in one volume.
He hopes it bodes well for a resurgence in the technology industry.
In the 1950s its columns reflected the popular resurgence of domesticity and traditional values, to which it added regular coverage of the British royal family.
The resurgence of documentary is a phenomenon few could have predicted.
First, there is a continued resurgence in academic writing on the criminal law, in the form of monographs, essays and journal articles published throughout the English-speaking world.