rise to power

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  • This was the first important step in his rise to power.
  • The book shows his rise to power and his struggle to maintain it.
  • And now a great chief rose to power among the Indians. Cited from This Country Of Ours, by H. E. Marshall
  • His rise to power was fast despite his having a poor and humble origin.
  • Yet prior to this encounter, little is known about his early life and rise to power.
  • Today, they are once again rising to power in the Grand Council.
  • He rose to power, and was confirmed to own the lands he had seized.
  • His rise to power seems to have been less dramatic in reality.
  • His first rise to power was the result of a coalition conflict.
  • With his death the family founded by the extraordinary rise to power and influence of the first duke ended. Cited from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3
  • As a consequence of its rise to power, the city expanded greatly.
  • Without school education he rose to power by sheer merit and will-power. Cited from Lincoln's Yarns and Stories, Alexander McClure
  • He rapidly rose to power and got confirmed in possession of the lands he had seized.
  • She was sent there by her family when Hitler rose to power in Germany.
  • With his death, the family founded by the extraordinary rise to power and influence of the first duke ended.
  • This is the beginning of J.J.'s rise to power in the street.
  • He sees the country rising to power on them. Cited from Children of the Market Place, by Edgar Lee Masters
  • There have been no general elections since its official rise to power in 1993.
  • This drama is set into that time when Hitler is rising to power.
  • He lived until 1963, long enough to see his son's rise to power.
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