ever-ascending love


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  • They, of course, are raising the ever-ascending bar by producing over 80 shows in what amounts to a gorgeously jam-packed calendar, ranging from established designers such as Derek Lam, Diane von Furstenberg, Michael Kors and Vera Wang, to emerging talents like Honor, Juan Carlos Obando and Candela.

    Stephanie Winston Wolkoff: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Has Taken Center Stage at Lincoln Center

  • She vaguely remembered an ever-ascending path to the peak.

    Kresley Cole Immortals After Dark: The Clan MacRieve

  • Yet there will stretch out before you an ever-lengthening, ever-ascending, ever-improving path.

    The Daily Carrot Principle

  • And so it was: the silent, suffering antithesis to the great choir then starting its hymn to omniscient markets and the ever-ascending Dow.

    Thomas Frank: An Unrepentant New Dealer Runs for Congress

  • We are well-aware of the facts as evidence of the injustices committed by the private health care industry: extravagant CEO salaries; ever-ascending premiums; lobbying legislators to kill real health care reform, be it a robust public option or single payer; and recission, or the cancellation of insurance policies when patients require costly medical care.

    Mark Thompson: Why I Sit-in for Health Care Justice

  • For the myth that everybody should have an ever-ascending quality of life?

    Harry Fuller: Nature Has a Way with Black Swans

  • Furthermore, he believed that by the “inheritance of acquired characteristics, ” living forms evolved in an ever-ascending scale of perfection.


  • Back quickly out to the hall, and then he was running at a steady pace up an ever-ascending slope, the Mulmun tied to his belt and concealed by his flapping green cape.

    The Moment Of The Magician

  • They lofted into ever-ascending levels of life-energy where balls of colored light pulsed and sang, clinging and crying out-she in triumph and he in wonder and a kind of defiance that dared the love to become love-death if this was the only way to prolong it infinitely.

    The Golden Torc

  • As Americans, we have liked the succession of events to move in ever-ascending stages, each today better than all yesterdays.

    Interpretations of American History


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