Prepositions after "rise"

"rise to", "rise in" or "rise from"?

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In 33% of cases rise to is used

Marketing expenses rose to HK$1.

National unemployment rose to 7.

The unemployment rate rose to 5.

The employment rate for aboriginals in the core working-age group, meanwhile, rose to 65.

It is an abrupt hill rising to a considerable height from the surrounding flat country.

They will not do so unless and until gold rises to $2,312? its inflation-adjusted price.

The way to avoid this is to harden up and put tension back into the lines so the kite rises to the top of the window.

A Hamas rocket killed three Israelis north of the Strip and the Palestinian death toll from Israeli attacks rose to 13.

Harry Truman was fifty-seven when he assumed the chairmanship of the special committee and rose to national prominence.

Minus rising for breakfast, I slept til past noon, rising to the beautiful sound of music, shouts of joy, and dancing.

In 14% of cases rise from is used

The one month LIBOR rose from 0.

The unemployment rate rose from 6.

A huge cloud rises from the Earth.

Fond of reading newspaper, you'll not rise from your bed until you've read each column.

Even Ted Kennedy rose from the grave to repeat his killer lines against Romney for 1994.

Moreover, gold for February delivery posted similar gains on Friday, rising from 1,730.

With more bike commuters, the length of a tram journey from Causeway Bay to Central would rise from 18 hours to 379.

If the former SNL star were interested in hosting the show, conflicts could have risen from his current post at NBC.

Jack of all trade and master of all, best describes the man who rose from the proverbial dunghill to the mountain top.

In 13% of cases rise in is used

Jupiter rises in the east about 12 a.

Poland was the first to rise in revolt.

In other news, the sun rose in the east.

The drop represents the end of one of the most spectacular share price rises in history.

Although rising in recent years, the number of people in temporary contracts is - at 1.

Gold prices have risen in the quarter led by safe haven buying and strong domestic demand.

The continuing price rises in oil, minerals and foodstuffs could only be because global growth was going to continue.

It is the key to development and progress and this is the reason that the importance of education is rising in India.

Smuggling cases have been reported at Tanzania's various border posts, leading to sporadic price rises in the country.

Visitor numbers, accommodation bookings, overall spending, and GDP all rose in the September and December 2011 quarters.

In 9% of cases rise by is used

Manufacturing output rose by 5.

Rural output rose by 30% each year.

Final energy consumption rose by 5.

First Gen reported that its total revenues for the first nine months of 2012 rose by 15.

Since Indra became the CFO at PepsiCo, the company's annual revenues have risen by 72%.

In the same time period, access to water and electricity in households had risen by 127.

The Met office said temperatures will remain the same for the next couple of days and may rise by middle of next week.

The magnitude of the change in the Arctic is shown by the mean winter temperatures of Spitsbergen, which rose by 16 F.

Owner in Northern Ireland are the least optimistic with just 53% expecting property prices to rise by March next year.

Ameritrade's February trading activity rose by 97% from year-ago levels, but was down by 22% when compared with January.

In 7% of cases rise above is used

How man can rise above the world? Ans.

Time to make this right: to rise above.

It helped me to remain calm and rise above a situation when it was less than perfect.

A world that rises above the limitations of class, caste, community, colour and gender.

This is the first time they have risen above their previous peak in the March 2008 year.

What I get out of it is the absolute joy of seeing someone rise above his/her diagnosis and find new ways of being.

The religious/spiritual process is one of changing consciousness and rising above the limits of reason and science.

We dunked every waterproof camera we could find for our roundup this past spring, and one camera rose above the rest.

In 3% of cases rise at is used

In wintertime, the sun rises at 6.

No longer do they have to rise at 5.

The water was rising at an alarming rate.

Some warning is required about the potential unreliability of the evidence: R v Rose at 297.

Food-stamp enrollment has been rising at a rate of 400,000 per month over the past four years.

The current concern is that taxes could rise at the end of the year and government spending will fall.

I felt physically sick and could actually sense my blood pressure rising at the thought of trying to fulfil this debt.

But the savings measure that was always most likely to cause a backlash - the decision to cap public sector wage rises at 2.

ON THE RISE: Demand from would-be home buyers has risen at its fastest rate in nearly three years, a new survey has revealed.

By the end of August when the two planets are closest, Mars will rise at nightfall and reach its highest point in the sky at 12:30a.

In 2% of cases rise as is used

The number of victims keeps rising as well as the number of those missing.

S/he can only disappear by rising as a conscious individual, at least in Osho's way.

The other aldehydes and the ketones are liquids, with boiling points rising as the molecules get bigger.

Mining is continuing to rise as a major industry of Mongolia as evidenced by number of Chinese, Russian and.

The bow of the boat will rise as the prop angle changes, and engine revs will increase as the load on the prop reduces.

I have repeatedly provided solid scientific evidence showing conclusively that CO2 rises as a function of temperature.

Another possible cost is that insurance premiums may rise as a consequence of the increased frequency of severe storms.

Stroke volumes also rise as a person starts to exercise and continue to rise as the intensity of the activity increases.

The number of passengers travelling to and from the Continent is soaring, and will rise as the public gets reacquainted with rail.

In case the ozone seemed to be smashed which most likely brings about global temperatures rising as well as environment modifications.

In 2% of cases rise for is used

Leave to rise for about an hour.

He's quietly rising, and he's been rising for a while.

Cover with cling film and leave to rise for another hour.

The Canadian dollar strengthened after manufacturers ' prices rose for the first time since April.

It looks to me with QE that shares could continue to rise for now, but I think real danger lies ahead.

The rate of long-term youth unemployment has been rising for some time and has been exacerbated by the recession.

The use of jute geo-textiles also rises for rural road construction, river bank protection and hill slop management.

Minus rising for breakfast, I slept til past noon, rising to the beautiful sound of music, shouts of joy, and dancing.

And that's because sea level has been rising for the last century due to global warming, and when this huge storm came along.

This timely research indicates that both the cost and frequency of cyber crime have continued to rise for the third straight year.

In 2% of cases rise on is used

Still, the sun rose on the Lenape a nation of mourners.

The Philippine peso rose on expectations of remittance inflows.

He's a definite first-round pick and he should rise on most people's boards quickly.

I rise on a point of order to seek your assurance, guidance and direction on what we, hon.

People are more likely to rise on the basis of grades, test scores, effort and performance.

Once the curtain rose on Super Mario Bros 3 players were introduced to the bold new face of Mario games.

When I saw that bond yields rose on the RBA non-move, I looked at a simple 5 year Aussie Gov't bond, that beats the U.

Obama is pushing for tax rises on the wealthiest, eliminating the Bush-era tax cuts that so delighted America's millionaires.

Alex and I walked around for a while and came upon a stunning view of Mount Kilimanjaro just as the sun was rising on the mountain.

We may not be able to stop them from letting taxes rise on those horrible, horrible wealthy folks, but there's no reason we should help them.

In 2% of cases rise out is used

The sun rose out of the ground.

May we continue to rise out of these ashes like the phoenix.

But their dream that a phoenix of efficient services will rise out of the bonfire.

As spectators there is a joy that rises out of the constantly changing fortunes in a game.

Absolutely unique, basalt columns created by ancient volcanic activity, rise out of the ground.

The limestone peaks rising out of the Li River valley are something out of a storybook and resemble a forest of stone.

The reign of De-tsong, the poet is saying, was a time of unexampled prosperity, a new era rising out of the ashes of the old.

But it can seem to many observers that it is the atheism that often comes first, rising out of a rejection of religious belief.

In the extreme south-west are the Mufumbira volcanoes, a chain of imposing cones that rise out of the lava plain f the western rift.

In 2% of cases rise with is used

If he wants to pray, the Holy Spirit will not rise with him.

It is not available for free &; the price has been rising with inflation.

The cost usually rises with every hour of your stay, and you pay on the way out.

At its southern base, the ground rises with two hills and a small wood, the Bois la Haut.

Shanahan's Law: The length of a meeting rises with the square of the number of people present.

In New Zealand and across most OECD countries employment rates rise with educational attainment.

Not only did he himself die at liberty, but he protected an entire generation of the narrow elite who rose with him.

James 1:11 For the sun rises with scorching heat and withers the plant; its blossom falls and its beauty is destroyed.

As users ' engagement rises with mobile devices and social media, it's imperative to remain relevant to today's shoppers.

A mix of Swahili and English swirled around the room along with the smell of strong tea rising with the steam from our mugs.

In 1% of cases rise against is used

Instead she rose against me, straining for my touch.

The value of investments may fall or rise against investors ' interests.

To be honest, I don't see the population rising against the BBC, Arbroath.

People of the countries are rising against the government whose leaders were backed by the west.

Nafse Zakiyya rose against Mansur the 2nd Abbasid Caliph and received martyrdom, in the year 142 Hijri, 762 AD.

If you tale gold at 100% constantly and its price rises against anything else then yes thos eother things appear to deflate.

Given this increase in demand for the currency with higher interest rate, the value of that currency will rise against other currencies.

Europe now rose against the weakened Tyrant, many states had uprisings and many allies now deserted, and it was the beginning of the end.

See the Miskito Indians in Nicaragua for an example, and how they were encouraged by the CIA to rise against the Sandinista revolution which itself was fighting for the independence of Nicaragua.

In 1% of cases rise after is used

What defines us is how well we rise after falling.

Nationally, home prices are rising after more than a 30% drop since mid-2006.

The registred user numbers increase is misleading, as it usually continues to rise after the DAU number peaks.

Finally, Phil still can not understand that if CO2 rises after temperature rises, then CO2 is an effect of temperature.

How? In healthy people it is normal for insulin levels to rise after eating, but Connelly thinks evolution might also play a role.

Tonight and tomorrow night's nearly last quarter moon will rise after the late evening peak of the shower so viewing should be favorable.

If these metrics do not rise after a successful link building campaign, it's possible you either need to seek better quality link targets, or improve your on-page optimization.

A partial eclipse will be visible from all parts of Australia (anywhere it is not total ), although the sun rises after the start of the partial eclipse for the western half of the country.

In 1% of cases rise into is used

Sea levels are expected to continue to rise into the future.

To rise into the air or begin flight: The plane took off on time.

The world is an exam, to see if we can rise into the direct experiences.

This gradually fades over the course of a few seconds, and a growing fireball rises into a mushroom cloud.

He thrust it up vigorously and rose into the upright position with the axle and wheels held rigidly over his head.

People act like Adolf Hitler is rising into power if we tell them we do not want religion interfering in the political realm.

Yet the North Carolina Legislature has essentially banned relevant state agencies from taking projections of accelerating sea-level rises into account in policy making.

This supply of thought was meant to decrease the growing epidemic of obesity but within the last 20 years, obesity has risen into numbers that appear to be a situation for Americans.

In 1% of cases rise like is used

But talent and energy on a basketball court rises like cream in a cup of water.

Behind me the speaker stacks rise like a sheer cliff face, and high above me the sun is shining away and doesn't know what's going to hit it.

That is because food in your stomach is causing it to rise like dough beneath your belt, pressing against your abdominal muscles from the inside.

Down but not out, Rich Roll rose like a phoenix, taking the commitment to his own health to a new level and achieving a remarkable transformation.

Should the traditional retailers let out a sigh of relief? May be it is too soon for that, what with the biggest online retailer rising like a phoenix from the taxes.

But with the number of media sites continuously rising like the world's population, a simple or starting website has a slim chance of getting high rankings on search engines.

Bow out of this with dignity and lean on your good friends a little, don't be afraid to feel through this and you will rise like the pheonix that you are, It's a learning curve.

Other pockets of Dublin have risen like the phoenix from the ashes with places such as the Docklands and Smithfield -- an old pony market -- transformed into sophisticated residential districts.

In 1% of cases rise over is used

Sterling rose over the course of 2009 too.

As he watched, a full moon rose over the monolith.

The Orange Line viaduct rises over the Metra SouthWest Service in Chinatown.

As the sun rose over the horizon, I opened the lid of the dumpster and looked around me.

Note how (almost exponentially) the consumption of NG has risen over the last 12 months.

Its reputation has not risen over the years, and it is still a long way from general acceptance.

Two thirds of homeowners expect British house prices to rise over next six months, with average homeowner predicting a 3.

Labour needs should keep rising over the next few years as we have seen yearly increases of 15 to 20 per cent in the past decade.

Certainly, the base rate of income tax should be rising over time in any economy experiencing long-run ' total factor productivity ' growth.

Nearly two-thirds (63%) of homeowners surveyed believe that house prices in their area will rise over the next six months, up from 59% at this time last year.

In 1% of cases rise through is used

The rate of strikes has continued to rise through the year.

She has risen through the ranks and now runs the Authority.

They rose through the ranks, joined ministers ' offices, then left to become lobbyists and consultants.

In business, the move to achiever occurs relatively early for someone rising through the leadership ranks.

He would be slated for this ruthlessness but no one would fault him for trying to rise through the social layers.

Pearce is seen as a natural leader and a future club captain after rising through the ranks as a teenager at Madejski Stadium.

Indefatigable man The Resource, Manchester, native himself, who has risen through the ranks of the force, is no stranger to challenges.

However, as I have risen through the ranks, my colleagues seem to start looking more and more alike - mostly male and nearly always white.

Too often people rise through the ranks of a creative team thinking that to lead the team they need to be the one with the best ideas -- wrong.

He rose through the ranks to personnel manager and, as such, had to work through the mass redundancies associated with the closing of the plant in 1979.

In 1% of cases rise about is used

Question rose about his strategy also.

Expect mixture to rise about 4-6 times.

By last quarter (a week after full moon ), the moon rises about midnight and sets at noon.

Over the next week the moon will rise later and later in the afternoon until full moon, when it rises about sunset and dominates the sky throughout the night.

In 1% of cases rise up is used

Your wallet must be able to rise up to the occasion.

Further, I feel energized to work on my fellow humans to rise up to this challenge.

Its may prayer that LO rises up to occassion of humbling himself, ask God to forgive him and also forgive himself.

As time went on the family watched as mum (Lorraine) rose up to the task and took on more responsibilities, as he became less able.

Popular human rights activist, Femi Falana, stated this in a recent chat while urging the media to rise up to the demands of the moment.

There in a quiet room, with the faint noise of trains and the city streets rising up to us, I gave Mr Nagase the forgiveness he desired.

On the other hand, I was also very anxious about having a screaming newborn in our lives; I wasn't sure if I could ever rise up to the challenge of being a mother, let alone a good one.

The main shrine, with its immense deul or sanctuary tower rising up to about 57 metres, and a jagamohana or assembly hall, is attributed to Anantavarman Chodaganga of the Eastern Ganga dynasty (r.

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