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Only the arrogant ascendance of psychiatry in postwar America—warmly remembered by Neubauer's former research assistant, Natasha Josefowitz—can account for the researchers' duplicity.
His political ascendance is the product of a savvy bet that there would be no meaningful consequences for abusing the hallowed norms of Washington.
The arrival of Doncic and the continued ascendance of Smith Jr. should ease the defensive pressure on Barnes.
This was in 2007, before Trump’s walls or the fervent pitch of nationalist rhetoric reached its ascendance.
This important trilogy, then, through its eloquent polyphony of voices and opinions, arrives at an idea of feminist art in opposition to the confessional mode that has long been in ascendance.
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.
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: the act of rising or moving up : the act of ascending
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