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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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Taking the aircraft analogy one step further, a single privileged room rises above the rest, with a cockpit-like bedroom located above the kitchen that enjoys greater exclusivity and additional privacy.
Mary Gauthier: ``Mercy Now'' (Lost Highway) The singer-songwriter rises above a troubled and monotonous past to deliver her fourth set, an album rife with lost love and hope.
We also created a 70-foot-high tower entrance which rises above the building and visually dominates the entrance.
Mohr found that the land mass is about 2 km long--much larger than originally reported--and rises above the ice about 35 meters.
Only the bluesy "Learn to Cry" rises above the other offerings, suggesting that an edgier singer lurks within.
Members of the new finance union, UNIFI, at NatWest have been voting on whether to take industrial action over complaints that most staff are unlikely to receive pay rises above the rate of inflation this year.