Canada's 12-month trade surplus swelled to $40.4 billion.
A growing spirit of nationalism swelled among the native-born.
Her belly swelled, and emptied, and swelled again.
Last weekend, as the George Floyd protests swelled nationwide, something changed.
The police initially detained 21 protesters but released them a day later as the crowds swelled.
While America’s unemployment rate swelled from just over 3% in February to 14.7% in April, in Europe it barely budged.
As the ranks of the unemployed have swelled, home owners have flooded their mortgage companies with requests for relief.
At times, it felt as if the entire city had emptied into downtown Washington as the numbers swelled to high for the two weeks.
The pharma's head count also swelled, going from 133 employees in 2019 to 232 at the end of 2020, a company spokesperson told Insider.
Peruvian highways swelled with the biggest wave of internal migration in years as people fled to the countryside when jobs disappeared.
When Haley Neidich woke up to coronavirus-related news alerts on her phone, her heart started pounding and her mind swelled with worst-case-scenario thinking.
Since then the number of reports – through calls and online policing systems – has swelled as those on lockdown have become frustrated by others seemingly flouting the new rules.
In the time it took the drivers to wave to a passing Bugatti Veyron and park (on double yellows), the gaggle of about five dedicated observers had swelled to a crowd of at least 30.
The first pythons are thought to have been a handful of escaped pets, but since then numbers of the snake have swelled exponentially – not surprising when a single female lays up to 100 eggs!
He had a heart which swelled with lofty democratic sentiment, and he referred to the fatiguing pursuits of the working class with phrases borrowed from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and with sobs in his throat.
In those days, there was no air-conditioning in the subway cars, and, as we all stood packed together, swaying between stops, the tears wet our cheeks, the sweat ran down our backs and legs, and the women’s feet swelled in their tight shoes.
The second main reason for Qatar's political stability is that the country's nationals enjoy a range of generous state handouts, which have swelled under the rule of the current emir, Emir Hamad bin Khalifah Al Thani, who overthrew his father in 1995.
Demand for extra time on college entrance exams has swelled since 2003, when the College Board and ACT stopped notifying admissions offices of whether a student had taken a test with accommodations, in part to ease the stigma against disabled students.
All morning under a milky sky the waters in the bay had swelled and swelled, rising to unheard-of heights, the small waves creeping over parched sand that for years had known no wetting save for rain and lapping the very bases of the dunes.
SYDNEY, Australia — As tensions have swelled on Australian university campuses over the democracy movement in Hong Kong, the battle lines seem to have been neatly drawn: Chinese students on the side of China, and Chinese-Australian students on the side of Hong Kong.
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