soared, past tense; soars, 3rd person singular present; soaring, present participle; soared, past participle;
Fly or rise high in the air
the bird spread its wings and soared into the air
when she heard his voice, her spirits soared
Maintain height in the air without flapping wings or using engine power
the gulls soared on the summery winds
Increase rapidly above the usual level
the cost of living continued to soar
the soaring crime rate
rise rapidly; "the dollar soared against the yen"
the act of rising upward into the air
hang glide: fly by means of a hang glider
fly upwards or high in the sky
go or move upward; "The stock market soared after the cease-fire was announced"
sailplane: fly a plane without an engine
(soaring) ascending to a level markedly higher than the usual; "soaring prices"
Soar is the second album from the American band, Samiam, released in 1991 on New Red Archives.
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Soar is a symbolic cognitive architecture, created by John Laird, Allen Newell, and Paul Rosenbloom at Carnegie Mellon University, now maintained by John Laird's research group at the University of Michigan. ...
(Soaring (magazine)) SOARING Magazine is a membership benefit of the Soaring Society of America published monthly.
Şoarş (Scharosch, Scharesch, Saxon dialect: Schuarsch, Šuerš; Sáros) is a commune in Braşov County, Romania.
The act of soaring; An upward flight; To fly aloft with little effort, as a bird; To mount upward on wings, or as on wings; To fly by means of a glider or other unpowered aircraft; To rise, especially rapidly or unusually high; To rise in thought, spirits, or imagination; to be exalted in mood
(soaring) The act of mounting on the wing, or of towering in thought or mind; intellectual flight; assurgent, ascending
(Soaring) A type of flight that is sustained without the flapping of wings and is therefore aided by some form of air movement, such as thermals or updrafts. Purple Martins commonly engage in soaring flight as they forage extremely high in the air for flying insects. ...
(Soaring) Remaining airborne through intelligent use of rising air sources (thermals, ridge lift and wave), and a bit of pilot skill. The aim of glider pilots is to soar, to stay up longer. When high, the pilot is free to chose where s/he wishes to go next. ...
(SOARS) Standard On-line Applicant Response System. See also Career Development
ÒState, Operator, And ResultÓ Ð A computational theory of thinking developed by Allen Newell and others.
Student Orientation, Advisement, & Registration
the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, nicknamed the NIGHT STALKERS, and sometimes called "the fly-by-night airline"; which was formed as Task Force 158 to execute "Operation Honey Badger" after Operation EAGLE CLAW, then transformed into Task Force 160 as a result of the official ...
This is a website that has been designed specifically to help students boost their transferable skills and provides links to workshops and resources that are all available at Reading. SOAR website>>>
To glide without flapping the wings on thermals or updrafts.
Program designed to assist students in making a successful transition to university life. The program is required for all first-time freshmen.
is a one-day IPFW summer program during which students and their guests learn information, connect with resources, and register for their first IPFW classes. ...