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studied the ascendance of modernism in 20th-century art and design
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But with a new P.R. mess on its hands, Snap’s re-ascendance remains an uphill battle.
Thousands of soccer fans held a pep rally to celebrate Cincinnati’s surprising ascendance on the pitch.
The ascendance of Puff Daddy and the late Notorious B.I.G. to blockbuster status the year before cleared the way for a full-scale revitalization of New York hip-hop, as JAY-Z, DMX, and Big Punisher all catapulted to stardom.
As these technologies mature, their ascendance may owe a lot to the kinds of odd-couple relationships that linked Dimon and Baldet.
The gleaming Petronas Towers, then the world’s tallest building, were erected as symbol of the nation’s ascendance.
The ascendance of Uber Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi is often framed in the dullest possible terms.
Providers were subtly but constantly given incentives to prescribe opioids: the ascendance of pain as the fifth vital sign, pain control playing a key part of patient satisfaction surveys, and the constant parade of pharmaceutical reps.
Now, the man who converted a media empire into a political force long before President Trump’s ascendance is making a comeback as a potential kingmaker.
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: the act of rising or moving up : the act of ascending
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