adv.1.In an ascending manner.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The third and purportedly final installment in the mountingly exciting series is a pounding, pulsating thriller that provides an almost constant adrenaline surge for nearly two hours.
In Part IV, I tie up one loose end and then, in Part V and the conclusion, I show what will have become mountingly evident in the previous sections, namely, that the arguments that aid advocates typically make in urging that a particular aid program meets the first (incentive) test contradict, at a fundamental level, the claims they make in urging that it meets the second (fungibility) test.
While your attention wanders during the mountingly implausible and increasingly turgid plot, you might find yourself pondering quite how Neeson's career has gone from Schindler's List to this sad and appropriately scatologically fuelled farrago where the comic highlight is a Colombian finding a price fixing offer of soyabeans culturally offensive.
Moment of Impact is a quiet but mountingly intense study of Larisa's life seven years later, and of the life of the filmmaker: the Loktevs' daughter Julia, who was a 20-year-old college student at the time of the accident.
For much of its length, it is sweet and lightly funny, setting up the mechanics for the mountingly hilarious farce.