I was upwardly mobile, in possession of a healthy 401(k).
Housing starts rose 2.1% from an upwardly revised June reading.
They have large, upwardly slanted mouths and eyes near the top of the head.
Momentum in this most upwardly mobile of industries is unbroken; sales and profits are still rising.
. £14bn for eliminating the fees of upwardly mobile students was a regressive and expensive policy.
We like that the rounded, upwardly angled handles are easy to grasp from below while keeping your hands away from the heat.
Until then, Chirikova had been serenely upwardly mobile, concentrating on her small engineering company and her growing family.
Denis said), the men hadn’t had much experience with the $5 drinks that are a daily ritual for so many upwardly mobile New Yorkers.
Yet residential prices are already high, compared with incomes and rents, and London's upwardly mobile property prices look precarious.
On Twecu Crescent, a short street divided into two blocks, the handful of sturdily built homes belonging to the upwardly mobile stand out.
A doggedly upwardly mobile community, Hispanics do not generally consider themselves to be the downtrodden minority the left refers to them as.
“Beijing Bicycle” (2001), directed by Wang Xiaoshuai, told a similar story; an upwardly mobile striver tries lifting a bike after his own goes missing.
We drive over to David’s polling spot, the Universalist Church in Minneapolis’s Uptown neighborhood—a district of Young Scandinavian Upwardly Mobile Minnesotans.
The essence of Thatcherism was to oppose the status quo and bet on freedom—odd, since as a prim, upwardly mobile striver, she was in some ways the embodiment of conservatism.
Naylor’s second novel, Linden Hills (1985), borrows its structure and theme from Dante’s Inferno and focuses on the destructive materialism of upwardly mobile suburban blacks.
Katydids are also known for their large hind legs and extremely long threadlike antennae as well as the thick, upwardly curved ovipositor (egg-laying structure) of the females.
In recent years upwardly mobile Muslim and Caribbean immigrants have been leaving the inner city for the suburbs, turning places like these into staging grounds for the Netherlands’ rocky integration process.
The original Spider-Man, an upwardly striving, working-class New York kid, was also a child of the ’60s, a beacon to outsiders and rebels of every color and background, an instinctive democrat and a natural pluralist.
Following Avenida Niemayer from the end of Leblon and the Dois Irmãos tunnel out from Gávea, an upwardly mobile younger generation of professionals found suburban-style luxury in the neighbourhoods of São Conrado and Barra da Tijuca.
Xu was contributing an installation called “Made in China,” which he’d first shown two decades earlier: a recreation of an apartment belonging to upwardly striving, middle-class city dwellers during the boom years of the late nineties.
- spatially or metaphorically from a lower to a higher position
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