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onward and upward

1. Becoming increasingly successful; continuing to advance or make progress. After the immense success of his first book, it was all onward and upward for John's writing career.
2. Improving to a brighter, happier future, especially after some misfortune or unpleasant incident. I know you're really disappointed with your result on the midterm, but hey, it's onward and upward from here!
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onwards and upwards

1. Becoming increasingly successful; continuing to advance or make progress. After the immense success of his first book, it was all onwards and upwards for John's writing career from there.
2. Improving to a brighter, happier future, especially after some misfortune or unpleasant incident. I know you're really disappointed with your result on the midterm, but hey, it's onwards and upwards from here!
See also: and, onward, upward

upwards of

Also, upward of. More than, in excess of, as in Upwards of 30,000 spectators filled the ballpark. [c. 1600]
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upward

/upwards of
More than; in excess of: "the onslaught of upwards of seventy divisions" (Winston S. Churchill).
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Said Nikki Cicerani, President and CEO, Upwardly Global, This grant will enable Upwardly Global to meaningfully scale our training and strengthen our online learning tools to provide the skills and resources that are so essential to immigrant success in the U.
especially, it's not a linear approach," said Siavash Fahimi, a former Upwardly Global client.
The Upwardly Mobile Garden featured a cornus Venus, a flowering dogwood with good drought tolerance and a high resistance to diseases, in a large container.
BLOOM - The Chelsea gold medal-winning Upwardly Mobile Garden
For example, a couple of years ago an upwardly mobile buyer might not have been so picky about spending $400,000 on a 2,000-square-foot, 20- year-old house.
The US Energy Information Administration on April 8 upwardly revised its forecast for world oil demand during the current second quarter and forecast demand also would surge in the third quarter.
But like many an upwardly mobile immigrant or member of a minority group, she feels ambivalent about the costs of her academic success, which has made her and others like her aliens in their own families.
Some upwardly mobile blacks prefer their old neighborhoods
Niedermayr photographs from such a distance that the people consuming these sites never become individuals, remaining instead anonymous upwardly mobile integers who mill about aimlessly observing this occupied territory, subjugating a culturally privileged destination.
If you're a Young Upwardly Mobile Professional (Yuppie), Black Upwardly Mobile Professional (Buppie) or a Jewish-American Princess (JAP), can you really identify with the starving children in the Sudan?
The Kennedys understood upward mobility becausethey were upwardly mobile themselves.
com/research/t9jvlw/chinas) has announced the addition of the "China's Advertising Sweet Spot: Targeting Young, Upwardly Mobile Consumers with Digital Media" report to their offering.
Upwardly Global (UpGlo) announced today it has launched a new Online Employment Training Program, aimed at helping skilled immigrants rebuild their careers in the United States.
25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Greeley and Hansen was honored to receive the Corporate Leadership Award from Upwardly Global at its 2013 Chicago Passport to Possibilities Awards and Gala.
Summary: IMF chief Christine Lagarde upwardly revised the Fund's estimate of economic growth among developed nations, which she said would increase by 1.