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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishefflorescenceef‧flo‧res‧cence /ˌefləˈresəns/ noun [uncountable] literary  DEVELOPthe action of something forming and developing, or the period of time when this happens There was an efflorescence of scientific publication in the period 1645-1660.
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efflorescenceThis efflorescence was undoubtedly linked to general progress throughout the Far East.
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