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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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"Against the big clubs, we rise to the occasion,"Pereira told MUTV.
"We've now got some genuine depth in our squad, and I fully expect everyone who comes in this weekend to rise to the occasion and make sure we win again."
In failing the bar examination, known as one of the most difficult licensure examinations in the country, Acosta said: 'masakit po pero kailangan mong ipakita na may husay ka (It's painful but you have to rise to the occasion to prove everyone wrong).'
An average of 13.4million viewers - Bake Off's biggest ever audience - tuned in to see Nadiya Hussain rise to the occasion and take the coveted title, compared with 12.3million for Nancy Birtwhistle win in 2014.
ISLAMABAD -- Air Chief Marshal Tahir Rafique Butt, Chief of the Air Staff has said 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.
Swaraj earlier said that the Vijay Bahuguna Government in Uttarakhand has not been able to rise to the occasion.
Only twice this season have Arsenal's opponents been quoted at evens or shorter, and on both occasions Arsene Wenger's men have failed to rise to the occasion.
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Having edged out Bridgend Blue Bulls in theWelsh Conference Grand Final in August, the Cougars have shown they can rise to the occasion -a characteristic that will prove invaluable during their inaugural season at national level.
The TUC said there were "worrying signs" that the G20 leaders attending the conference in London would not rise to the occasion amid reports that some European politicians were resistant to a fiscal stimulus, while the United States administration was against more global regulation.
Shortly after Friday's opening bell on Wall Street, President Bush said at the White House that lawmakers can express their doubts but ultimately should "rise to the occasion" and approve a plan to stave off what he sees as an economic calamity.
The previously unbeaten Bulldogs, despite scoring first in each half, failed to rise to the occasion, as the hard-working and welldrilled Cougars deserved their success.