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Ascended
Ascend As*cend", v. i. [imp. & p. p. Ascended; p. pr. & vb. n. Ascending.] [L. ascendere; ad + scandere to climb, mount. See Scan.] 1. To move upward; to mount; to go up; to rise; -- opposed to descend. Higher yet that star ascends. --Bowring. I ascend unto my father and your father. --John xx. 17. Note: Formerly used with up. The smoke of it ascended up to heaven. --Addison. 2. To rise, in a figurative sense; to proceed from an inferior to a superior degree, from mean to noble objects, from particulars to generals, from modern to ancient times, from one note to another more acute, etc.; as, our inquiries ascend to the remotest antiquity; to ascend to our first progenitor. Syn: To rise; mount; climb; scale; soar; tower.
Ascendency
Ascendency As*cend"en*cy, n. Governing or controlling influence; domination; power. An undisputed ascendency. --Macaulay. Custom has an ascendency over the understanding. --Watts. Syn: Control; authority; influence; sway; dominion; prevalence; domination.
Ascendent
Ascendant As*cend"ant, Ascendent As*cend"ent, a. 1. Rising toward the zenith; above the horizon. The constellation . . . about that time ascendant. --Browne. 2. Rising; ascending. --Ruskin. 3. Superior; surpassing; ruling. An ascendant spirit over him. --South. The ascendant community obtained a surplus of wealth. --J. S. Mill. Without some power of persuading or confuting, of defending himself against accusations, . . . no man could possibly hold an ascendent position. --Grote.

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- introduzioni are ordered here by numeric order according to RV number. Ascende Laeta, written for soprano, was intended to precede a setting of the Dixit...
- augmented in the fourteenth century with further prophecies, with the incipit Ascende calve ("arise, bald one"), written in imitative continuation of the earlier...
- "Miłość" ("Love") – 2:24 "Kai Kairós — Jest Czas" ("There is time") – 09:43 "Ascende huc — Wstąp tutaj" – 02:18 "Veni et Vidi — Przyszedłem i ujrzałem" – 02:45...
- original on 2012-04-25. Retrieved 2009-08-22. Zaide 1957, p. 161 "Amice, Ascende Superius!". Archived from the original on 2010-09-07. Retrieved 2009-08-21...
- Information Type State co-ed secondary (year 9–13) Motto Latin: In Caelum Ascende (Rise to the Heavens) Established 1960 Ministry of Education Institution no...
- Lubango". Sapo Viajar. 1 November 2010. "Rehabilitation of Christ the King in Lubango". "Monumento Cristo Rei ascende à categoria arquitectónica nacional"....
- Sca****r from the Virgin, St Teresa d'Avila, and Eliseo che osserva Elia che ascende al cielo. His altarpiece for the church of San Gaudenzo in Rimini was destro****...
- centrostudigioachimiti.it/Gioacchino/GF_Tavoleeng.asp. "Frank Schleich, Ascende calve: the later series of the medieval pope prophecies". Retrieved September...
- Pinardi Boarding House. The seal is bordered on top by the school's motto: Ascende Superius, which means "come up to a higher place". At the center of the...
- principi divino 633 Vos aurae per montes 634 Introduzione al Dixit (RV 595) "Ascende laeta" 635 Introduzione al Dixit (RV 594?) "Canta in prato, ride in fonte"...
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