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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishascensionas‧cen‧sion /əˈsenʃən/ noun  1 the Ascension2 [uncountable] formal when someone moves to a more important or higher position or job his ascension to the ranks of senior management
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ascensionTumblejack's howling voice rose to a final ascension around her; her heart leapt in hope and renewed faith.A phoenix-like ascension has been threatened before, over these last long 16 years of derision and scorn.Since Mr Obasanjo's ascension, U.S. agencies have provided $ 109 million in political, economic and military assistance.
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