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Synonyms for soar

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Synonyms for soar

the act of rising upward into the air

fly by means of a hang glider

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fly upwards or high in the sky

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go or move upward

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fly a plane without an engine

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Contributions may be made in memory of Donald Soar to: Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, P.
In 2007, she published a book, " SOAR Study Skill: A Simple and Efficient System for Getting Better Grades in Less Time," that has become the best-selling study skills guide in the world for five years running (according to Amazon.
Beginning in 2005, CUCS piloted the SOAR approach and currently has an approval rate of 88 percent on initial applications in 59 days on average.
SOAR also provides parents with educational resources written specifically for them.
A break in Soar Mill Cove, near Salcombe in Devon, was our first getaway as a family since Iona was born and with an overnight stop near London en-route, it was a manageable drive from Newcastle.
Residents risked their lives to rescue Soar, who stood with an empty bucket in his back garden as the fire raged and a gas cylinder exploded.
Watkins did not discuss what effect SOAR might be having on the population but did point to an aging population and an exodus of younger people seeking jobs and cheaper housing elsewhere.
In Central America, where the species also alternately soars and glides among small thermals, it also straight-line soars and glides in the much larger tropical thermals and "thermal streets" (sensu Smith 1985) found in that region.
Mr Soar, who is chief executive of the Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire Partnership (CSWP), an economic development company, had denied raping a 30-year-old woman on January 17.
Victor Chandler cut Soar from 33-1 into 20-1 for next year's 1000 Guineas but Fanshawe believes he really has a sprinter on his hands.
Giving an elegant and maintenance-free finish, Medway is the first in a range of innovative new patterns from Potter & Soar that combine pre-crimped and straight wires.
You will know when you have arrived at your created purpose because your spirit will soar," says McKenzie.
A national staff member recalled, "This small endeavor helped me remember several things: camp creates a wonderful bond between youth and adults, sometimes the smallest paper airplane can soar above the tallest tree if the wind hits it just right, and why does ACA exist anyway?
the innovator in anatomy-conserving spine surgery, announced today that it is launching the new SOAR Retractor System at the North American Spine Society's 2011 Annual Conference in early November.
He is survived by his loving wife of 23 years, Nancy (Cushman) Soar; his mother Carol (Laskowsky) Soar of Littleton; his father, Robert B.