“My guess is that the rumors are wrong,” says Roger McNamee, head of elevation Partners, a Silicon Valley investment firm.
Many of the gender-variant male types were stigmatized; being regarded as women was hardly an elevation in social status.
Being a thousand miles from the ocean and at a ten thousand elevation, our snowflakes are mostly air.
But for me the elevation of feeling-over-thought was best encapsulated by the signs in the crowd.
There was hardly a voice that did not lament his elevation to the premiership.
On the other hand, at an elevation of about 12,000 feet in lat.
It possesses muffs, like the former, and is found at an elevation of nearly 10,000 feet.
For the mere rhetorical "elevation" of blank verse we have no use whatever.
The flags were changed, and off went Long Tom again at an elevation.
Now, is it reasonable to believe that dust, however fine, will remain in the atmosphere at that elevation for over six months?
late 14c., "a rising, height of something," from Old French elevation and directly from Latin elevationem (nominative elevatio) "a lifting up," noun of action from past participle stem of elevare (see elevate). Meaning "act of elevating" is from 1520s.