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rise

(Appreciation), noun accession, acclivity, accrual, accumulation, addition, advance, amplification, appearance, appreciation, ascension, ascent, augmentation, boom, climb, derivation, elevation, enhancement, enlargement, expansion, extension, gain, grade, gradient, growth, inception, increment, inflation, hill, increase, lift, progress, progression, promotion, reaction, slope, uprising

rise

(Origin), noun beginning, cause, commencement, debut, derivation, development, fountainhead, genesis, germ, growth, inception, incipience, introduction, nascency, onset, origin, origination, outset, overture, preamble, prelude, prologue, source, spring, start, starting point, uprising, upswing

rise

(Originate), verb arise, begin, come into exissence, come to be, emanate, emerge, happen, inaugurate, increase, initiate, issue, occur, spring up

rise

(Prosper), verb appreciate, arise, bear fruit, be successful, blossom, build, excel, flourish, improve, incept from, originate from, progress, spring from, strive, succeed

rise

(Soar), verb arise, ascend, bear fruit, blossom, build, climb, elevate, emerge, erect, escalate, extend diiectly upward, flourish, go further, go higher, grow, heighten, hover, improve, inaugurate, inflate, initiate, mount, pullulate, raise, rear, rebel, rise up, scale, tower, transcend, uprise, wax
See also: advancement, appearance, appreciate, appreciation, augmentation, boom, build, commence, disobey, elevation, emerge, emergence, genesis, growth, improvement, inception, increase, increment, inflate, inflation, nascency, onset, originate, origination, outset, progress, promotion, pullulate, rebel, result, start, stem
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but it does so from above: in The Village Voice, Vince Aletti described the expression Harris typically wears in his photographic self-portraits as "casual, voluptuous contempt," but in this case maybe looking down is merely symbolic of having risen above.
The carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere has never risen above a few tenths of a percent, says Berner.
In recent weeks the US$ spot gold price has risen above the US$320 price used in the project Feasibility study.