(1) It's an exhilarating experience: crisp, high-altitude air, fresh powder, the search for grip as the snow makes a skyward plume in your wake.(2) But Irish motorists have been spared the worst effects of oil prices' skyward journey.(3) Unexpectedly, out of instinct, I suppose, his gaze turned skywards .(4) Doubling curves are nearly flat for a long time, then voom, they take off skywards in a hot second.(5) The burst of flash illuminates a mass of arms raised, index fingers and little fingers pointing skywards , in the time-honoured rock salute.(6) He looked skywards , imploring silently to the heavens above, hoping for divine inspiration.(7) For as his hind legs collapsed beneath him he seemed to tower upwards like a huge rock toppling, his trunk reaching skywards like a tree.(8) And the euro, which had been in virtual free-fall, leapt skywards .(9) First it seems to suffocate everything, then it dances skywards up the stage tower.(10) Taiyou embraced the girl for a few moments, turning her head skywards towards the Eternal Star.(11) The steep slopes of the valley floor rise majestically skywards to provide the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains.(12) Thousands of visitors craned their necks skywards to watch skilful displays by the owners of the painstakingly-built giant model aircraft.(13) Reporters, microphones in hand, gazed skywards .(14) After the US invasion of Kuwait in 1990, prices shot skywards .(15) Later on, as she was making dinner, she paused mid-stir with the wooden spatula deep into the Quorn mince and looked wistfully skywards .(16) Achaeus gazed skywards , hoping to ingrain the images into his memory forever.
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