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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 second level of analysis includes those students who aspire to transfer, circumventing the students who are taking IGETC Math and English courses but who do not aspire to transfer.
Commenting on the Aspire Wonderland Festival, Tahani Khalifa al Suwaidi, a member of the organising committee of the festival, said, "We seek innovative and creative angles when organising community events at Aspire to ensure a memorable experience.
ASPIRE's rigorous assessment and selection process has taken place in schools and athletic clubs across Qatar, and the successful pupils have now been offered a full scholarship at the Academy.Prospective student athletes, accompanied by their parents, were invited to an evening at ASPIRE to learn more about the unique learning environment on offer.
Tahani Khalifa Al-Suwaidi, a member of the organising committee of the festival, said: "We seek innovative and creative angles when organising community events at Aspire to ensure a memorable experience.
This year, AZF has allocated a dedicated space at Freej Aspire to exhibit a number of traditional artworks in addition to a corner for henna drawing, make-up and design.
The travelling party was comprised of six female fighters and coaches who will be based in Aspire to undertake a comprehensive training programme, with their sights set on a podium finish at the Championships.