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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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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 conference is a great opportunity for Aspire to present its programme to an audience which will include not only Qatari educational organisations but also international academic institutes," said al-Hay.
The partnership enables Aspire to offer the Firstwave eCRM suite to growing businesses on a per user basis.
That's why we designed the Aspire to handle either technology without compromising features and at a lower total cost of ownership.
Market estimates indicate that, over the next two years, these businesses will increasingly turn to application providers such as Aspire to serve their business management needs.
That does not mean that every model who enrolls can be a supermodel or have a successful career as a model, but all of them potentially, at a minimum, realistically aspire to being qualified for local work and taking part in the industry.
This fall, Acer America adds a third Aspire to the product line, the Ultimate Solution.
that combines education and entertainment to provide unique distance learning programs to people who aspire to break into the music or book publishing industries.
The Foundation's intent is to serve high school students who aspire to fulfill their education dreams, yet for one reason or another cannot afford to attend the college of their choice.
and Universal Music Group today launched InsideSessions, a joint venture that creates entertaining and informative distance learning programs for people who aspire to break into the music or book publishing industries.