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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of soar.

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Examples

  • He has also earned at least $500,000 from his work for Veritas Capital, a private equity firm in New York that has grown into a defense industry powerhouse by buying contractors whose profits soared from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

    2009 May 28 « Mudpuddle

  • With the state trying to save energy through its efficiency standards, that incentive seemed increasingly perverse — especially after energy prices again soared after the second oil shock, in 1979.

    The California Experiment

  • He has also earned at least $500,000 from his work for Veritas Capital, a private equity firm in New York that has grown into a defense industry powerhouse by buying contractors whose profits soared from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

    2009 May « Mudpuddle

  • With the state trying to save energy through its efficiency standards, that incentive seemed increasingly perverse — especially after energy prices again soared after the second oil shock, in 1979.

    The California Experiment

  • With the state trying to save energy through its efficiency standards, that incentive seemed increasingly perverse — especially after energy prices again soared after the second oil shock, in 1979.

    The California Experiment

  • He has also earned at least $500,000 from his work for Veritas Capital, a private equity firm in New York that has grown into a defense industry powerhouse by buying contractors whose profits soared from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

    Silence is golden… as far as the media is concerned. « Mudpuddle

  • Gross margin soared to 17.7% from 9.4% amid the price increases.

    Smurfit-Stone Profit Falls 4.4%

  • My traffic soared from the previous record of 19 to 78 unique visitors!

    March Traffic And Rankings

  • My traffic soared from the previous record of 19 to 78 unique visitors!

    2006 » January

  • O'Neal soared from the weak side and snuffed the shot while taking a finger in the left eye from Butler.

    USATODAY.com

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