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use "soar" in a sentence

S.Mexico International Edition Can U.S. drone policy finally soar?

A strong low over the N. Atlantic helps soar temps >0 for the North Pole.

As its popularity continues to soar, is demand in danger of outpacing supply?

Remember how interest rates would soar and America would find itself in crisis?

The UK's national weather forecaster predicted it was likely to soar to 33C (91F).

The humans emerged unscathed, but the $115 million aircraft would never soar again.

Record low interest rates have helped the stock market soar since the financial crisis.

More on CNN: Daredevil jetmen soar alongside A380 jetliner in Dubai Is this a good thing?

The mission: Soar across the stadium during the final note of the "Star Spangled Banner."

The International Organization for Migration warned last month that those numbers will soar.

Under the safeguard system, the rate will be raised back to the original level when imports soar.

Your confidence will soar because you are doing what comes natural to you. 5. You will enjoy life more.

The line "wanting you near" - I just wanted that line to go up and soar.

Skycrapers soar into the skies over Manhattan.

They soar on thermals using their large outstretched wings.

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