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Massachusetts climbs to 16th place from 28th a year ago, and Delaware moves up to 31st from 43rd.
This boosts the average SAT scores at the college, and the school moves up a rung on the rankings ladder.Steve Cohen on the Three Biggest College Admissions Lies | Steve Cohen | September 26, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
There was a plausible rival in the person of Dean Baquet, the Washington bureau chief, who moves up to managing editor.
Both, presumably, get their tctotchkes, though one imagines they get more tasteful—or less scary—as one moves up the money ladder.
There are stages in childhood that I prefer over others, and by virtue of being in that stage, your position on the list moves up.
Getty moves up Hazel Run to take the Rebels in flank, who are protected by the sunken road at the base of the hill.The Boys of '61 | Charles Carleton Coffin.
Baxter moves up to the swing doors angrily watching Delia and Tremayne, then moves to the window R. and looks off.Belinda | A. A. Milne
This is really the driving wheel by which it slowly moves up the steep gradient.From the Thames to the Tiber | J. Wardle
A bird's beak is its mouth, and the under mandible moves up and down, like our chins when we eat or talk.Citizen Bird | Mabel Osgood Wright and Elliott Coues
I'd make great time, wouldn't I, on that buffalo—and Jenny mostly moves up and down in one spot!The Pike's Peak Rush | Edwin L. Sabin
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