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A case in point might be the two weighty Bill Viola videos in the baptistery, each pursuing the artist's longstanding interest in water: Isolde's Ascension, 2005--an upside-down image of a clothed woman diving into a pool seen from beneath the water that makes her appear to soar upwards in a sort of resurrection; and Three Women, 2008--a monochrome trio of women (a mother and her daughters, perhaps) who emerge extremely slowly from behind a sheet of water into full colour and then recede back through the water into their own grey world.
The app industry has gone from non-existence to multi-billion revenue in a few short years, and it will only continue to soar upwards according to a new report.
It has three spires that soar upwards, expressing great aspirations.
As I stared at this light, the ceiling seemed to disappear, and the walls appeared to soar upwards without end.
But as MSPs reached for the smelling salts, Presiding Officer George Reid warned the savings were only a blip and the cost was sure to soar upwards again.
In a sale held by Walton and Hipkiss during the early spring, I saw a large 18th-century Chinese export porcelain punchbowl soar upwards from a modest pounds 50 to pounds 2,000.
Weighing 20 pounds, it can be powered by a model plane engine and soar upwards of 1,000 feet.
Pine encrusted mountains soar upwards from the snow and ice-covered lake, looked on by the Victoria Glacier at one end and the hotel the other.
Just strap it on and soar upwards, away from the bustling streets, at speeds of 80mph.
But not all shells soar upwards. Some are mounted onto grids on the ground to form words or numbers like 2000.