upshoot

upshoot

(ʌpˈʃuːt)
vb (intr)
to shoot upwards
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Istanbul is expected to register the highest visitor upshoot in 2018.
The past few years have seen a particular escalation of the offensive against the Taliban, which has led to an upshoot in violence and casualties.
Sahare, "Treatment of upshoot and downshoot in Duane syndrome by recession and Y-splitting of the lateral rectus muscle," Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, vol.
Many reasonable settings are expected to upshoot in such money flow determination (Barclay, 1993).
mortgage rates lowering and rents set to increase with an upshoot in occupancy rates, real estate agents are proclaiming now is the time to buy a home.
Portland is a great place to be able to take a little upshoot like the Q Center and grow it into something amazing."
In the period since the census was completed, Bend had the sharpest growth of any of the state's 10 largest cities, with a whopping 10.9 percent upshoot to 57,750 residents.
Last July, Zotos' ISO Multiplicity line launched six styling products including Tousle cream 'n gel, Tactile texture paste, Luminate glossing glaze, Whipped cream wax, Upshoot styling spritz and Mobilize working spray.
This restless tinkering with tradition is the upshoot of golfers' desire to hit that dimpled ball farther and straighter, seeking a boost from technology to compensate for physical skills that often fail to produce the desired result.
"Analysts told me they expect prices to rebound and upshoot by year's end.
The upshoot of this discussion is that while overall income growth, and even poverty reduction in a statistical sense, has been quite commendable, there are many areas of concern such as poor access to education and health facilities.