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Rise

To increase in price, especially for a security. If a stock's price is $10 per share at the start of the trading day and $15 at the end, the stock is said to have risen.
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He highlighted that PAF is the first line of physical defence, and its each and every member is a real combatant, ready to counter any internal or external aggression and rise to the occasion as and when required.
I am sorry to say that the Government in Uttarakhand has not been able to rise to the occasion.
One player's misfortune is another's window of opportunity and, hopefully, the youngsters that have been included in the squad will rise to the occasion if called upon.
If they rise to the occasion, they can do high school-quality work.
Those who will question our resolve and our ability to rise to the occasion.
The sad fact in all of this is that people will rise to the occasion if they are challenged.
And each year our agents and staff are even more receptive to the project and willing to rise to the occasion as they've seen from the previous year just how rewarding it is to support and help the people of our city and surrounding area.
You talk things through and you listen, and you hope you rise to the occasion.
This season McCarthy has done well to find players who can rise to the occasion, wins like this give us every chance of making the play-offs, and Byfield and Smith are clearly going to be important in that goal.
But similarly today's underwriters are going to be defined by their ability to rise to the occasion and deal with such difficulties.