Certainly, we have had an upward revisionism of Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan.
The ability of people to move from job to job has been hampered—as has the upward effect of such job changes on their wages.
The so-called Republican-negotiated compromise would put it at 35 percent on estates of $5 million and upward.
Rarely does this upward flow of income require a government check to the wealthy.
An upward trend is especially apparent in kidney, liver, and thyroid cancer and in melanoma and lymphoma.
The Bourbon Manchu court, it is true, wavered, but popular pressure forced it to keep the upward path.
But after a while they noticed that the grade was upward and the going easier.
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There was an upward inflection to the voice of the Little Blue Overalls.
upward of twenty thousand of the enemy were slain on the field of battle, and a much greater number were made prisoners.