"Now is the time to raise our sights
, and acknowledge that there is a world beyond Europe, and a time beyond Brexit" - Liam Fox, International Trade Secretary.
Together with government, businesses and society as a whole, we need to raise our sights
beyond basic inclusion and aim to create a Britain of true digital confidence at all levels of the workforce.
"We are hoping that everyone who appreciates this fine building will want to help us raise our sights
and meet the challenge of this appeal."
"We probably will have to raise our sights
, but we have stuck to right-handed tracks since his debut, which might limit us a bit.
Many of us felt failures that we had not achieved the desired goal of grammar school, but Mrs Green encouraged us to raise our sights
, take an interest in politics and the world, develop a love of the arts, literature and the theatre, and strive for the best we could.
We are on the threshold of a new era for black business, one that demands that we raise our sights
and expectations even higher.
``But there is a very solid base in Bangor on which to build, and it is time to raise our sights
to an even higher level.
Mr Brown told delegates: 'We gather here not to pause in our work or to relax our efforts but to raise our sights
and reaffirm that our aim is economic stability for the British people not just for a year or two, or even just for the economic cycle, but our aim is to create economic stability for a generation.'
We have to raise our sights
to full self-government.
But it is just one flag among many, and right now we could use a symbol that captures a broader hope than merely "God bless America," a symbol that will raise our sights
to a wider concern as we engage in the moral and physical dangers that accompany war.
We need ambition as a nation in order to see the language thrive over the decades to come: we as people and our politicians need to raise our sights
. "There is no doubt that the results of the 2011 Census highlight the crisis facing the Welsh language.
``I am appalled at her assertion `that we need to raise our sights
above the immediate difficulties' and going on to pass the buck for this nationwide crisis to the local authorities.