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onwards and upwards

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishonwards and upwardsonwards and upwardsused to say that the development, increase, or progress of something continues With exports strong, the business is moving onwards and upwards. onwards
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onwards and upwardsAnd set off, onwards and upwards.After the last recession ended, unemployment climbed onwards and upwards for another five years.
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