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That meteoric rise has not been without controversy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And part of that meteoric rise from the ninth tier has been powered by music. The Sun (2016)The club are in constant contact with the youngster's advisors to make sure he is settled at the club after his meteoric rise. The Sun (2016)Yet it exists, as anyone who has watched the meteoric rise of Vetements will attest. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His has been a phenomenal and meteoric success. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The decline came despite the meteoric rise of tablet computers for younger generations. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Few would be as grounded and seemingly unchanged after such a meteoric rise. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is clear that the meteoric growth in its membership was due to official coercion and patronage. Fascists and Conservatives (1990)Most tornado companies go through at least one cash crisis where despite meteoric success they come within inches of missing payroll. INSIDE THE TORNADO: MARKETING STRATEGIES FROM SILICON VALLEY'S CUTTING EDGE (2001)Although his rise seems meteoric, it has not been without trauma. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Her meteoric ascent began young. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Since he's come back to five furlongs he's made a meteoric rise. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Three years and 8m albums into a meteoric career, a lot rests on his slender shoulders. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The by-election result was not a terrific surprise, but it was certainly a meteoric rise for an unknown outsider. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Much of the buying can be explained by China's growing appetite for oil after ten years of meteoric economic growth. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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