The greatest threat to the upward arc of human progress is the collapse of public policy making.
Certainly, we have had an upward revisionism of Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan.
upward mobility and reward for work seems to be an afterthought for all concerned.
The ability of people to move from job to job has been hampered—as has the upward effect of such job changes on their wages.
There are reports that upward of 10,000 people are missing from Minamisanriku, a port town in northeastern Japan.
The Bourbon Manchu court, it is true, wavered, but popular pressure forced it to keep the upward path.
“We are beyond the end of the crevasse,” he said; and once more they went on upward.
Cannot be cooked done at altitudes of 5,000 feet and upward.
Her path will be broad, free, upward, and ever toward God and felicity.
upward of twenty thousand of the enemy were slain on the field of battle, and a much greater number were made prisoners.