The program is already the third-largest line item in the federal budget, and its costs will soar to $900 billion or more by 2020.
Banks, who has spent nearly three decades as an educator, has a book on education reform coming out in September entitled “soar”.
And tech giants like Google ($900) and Apple ($473) are modern examples of companies that don't split shares even as they soar.
With those concerns bearing down on him, his rhetoric could only soar so high.
And should the Fed exit, interest rates will soar, and the stock and housing markets will crash.
To escape—only to escape from the prison walls of a humdrum existence, and to soar!
Mix soul with soul to cleave the sky,And soar away from star to star!
If you do so again, I can't tell to what pitch my fury may soar.
But let us speak no more of bakers; let us soar into higher regions.
You've got to swallow it because Uncle Dorgeroux's fame must be made to soar above all these paltry trifles.
1. State, Operator And Result. A general problem-solving production system architecture, intended as a model of human intelligence. Developed by A. Newell in the early 1980s. SOAR was originally implemented in Lisp and OPS5 and is currently implemented in Common Lisp. Version: Soar6.
["The SOAR Papers", P.S. Rosenbloom et al eds, MIT Press 1993].
2. Smalltalk On A RISC. A RISC microprocessor designed by David Patterson's at Berekeley.