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aspire to

To hope or strive to be or do something. I aspire to be a successful businesswoman like my sister one day. My parents were so patient with us. As a dad, that's what I aspire to.
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Aim for the stars!

 and Reach for the stars!
Aspire to something!; Set one's goals high! Aim for the stars, son! Don't settle for second best. Set your sights high. Reach for the stars!
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aspire to something

to seek or aim for something better. She aspires to a job more challenging than her current position. I aspire to far greater things.
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The ASPIRE marketplace combines CSIROs domain expertise in manufacturing with the deep technology capabilities of Data61.
The football programme of Aspire Academy is recognised as one of the strongest in the world in terms of detection and selection of talent, as well as training, competition and evaluation of each player.
The Aspire Z 24 all-in-one PC, Aspire 7 and Aspire 5 notebooks are powered by 8th Gen Intel Core processors and feature Amazon Alexa built-in.
The Aspire 3 comes with either a 14-inch HD, 15.6-inch HD or
Powered by Intel Pentium or Celeron processors, up to 8GB of DDR3L system memory, and SSD or HDD storage options, the Aspire Z3-700 provides ample performance for infotainment tasks.
With the latest Intel procesA[degrees] sors, NVIDIA GeForce 940M series graphics with dedicated DDR3 VRAM or AMD Radeon R8 and R6 dual graphics, up to 16gb RAM and 2tb HDD/1tb SSHD storage options, the new Aspire E Series provides solid performA[degrees] ance for everyday use.
In addition, Aspire Capital shall not impose limitations on use of proceeds, financial covenants, restrictions on future financing, rights of first refusal, participation rights, penalties or liquidated damages.
Aspire looks forward to continuing its good relationship with the vendors.
PC provider Acer Canada announced on Wednesday the launch of the Aspire TimelineX family.
Youth squads from the German club visited the ASPIRE Academy for Sports Excellence on a training camp, which included playing matches against the ASPIRE student athletes.
Aspire was launched in 2004 with the personal backing of Prime Minister Tony Blair, in the light of statistics showing 60% of young people in the North-East believed they would have to leave the region to fulfil their careers.
An Aspire spokeswoman said it was too early to say if it had achieved any measurable targets, but she added it had been successful in bringing about a cultural change in the way employers viewed training and recruiting younger employees.
CHICAGO-Design-minded manufacturers from around the world, including ASA Selection, Alessi and Zone Denmark, will join other show newcomers in an exhibition entitled Aspire: A Celebration of Design at the International Home & Housewares Show.
It is estimated that between 70-75% of Latino/Latina students aspire to a four-year degree (Nora & Rendon, 1990).
Acer America Corporation, a worldwide suppliers of laptop PC solutions, has launched the Aspire 2000, a true thin and light notebook PC that delivers high-performance mobility and enhanced multimedia options for users who enjoy digital entertainment.