- ascending to a level markedly higher than the usual
- Prices keep on soaring.
- He has a soaring ambition.
- The Swiss Franc is soaring.
- An eagle was soaring high up in the air.
- The price of land in the center of the city is soaring.
- Islamic culture has given us majestic arches and soaring spires; timeless poetry and cherished music; elegant calligraphy and places of peaceful contemplation.
- establishing a facility for rapid response to soaring food prices in developing countries
- Soaring raw material prices as such cannot be considered as having had an injurious effect on the Community industry.
- The aid was granted to help the cooperative to face difficulties deriving from soaring interest rates, ranging from 17,80 % in 1986 to 14,75 % in 1993.
- More than ever before, such efforts are needed to keep pace with soaring research costs in an era of global competition, and increasingly complex and interdependent technologies.
- That amount shall be used to complement the financing of the facility for a rapid response to soaring food prices in developing countries in heading 4.
- Whereas, at the conciliation meeting on 21 November 2008, the two arms of the budgetary authority agreed to mobilise the Flexibility Instrument to complement the financing in the 2009 budget, beyond the ceilings of heading 4, of EUR 420 million towards the financing of the facility for a rapid response to soaring food prices in developing countries,
- Coherence and continuity must be ensured between short-term measures aimed at providing relief to the populations most directly and seriously affected by the soaring and/or volatile food prices, and more structural measures intended to prevent the recurrence of the current food crisis.
- The aid was granted to help the cooperative to face difficulties deriving from soaring interest rates, ranging from 17,80 % in 1986 to 14,75 % in 1993. Although the cooperative was viable, the high interest rates applied by the banks were seriously detrimental to its financial situation.