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  • The Kabaka is " caught up in a revolution of rising expectations,"
  • England captain Michael Vaughan played down the rising expectations in his England side.
  • Rising expectations are driving up demand for gasoline, a finite commodity.
  • But he also used the conferences to rein in rising expectations.
  • Another reason for concern might be described as the danger of rising expectations.
  • Those rising expectations are enough to send most teen-agers into hiding.
  • Such phenomena are also known as " unfulfilled rising expectations ".
  • Gains were limited by rising expectations for U . S . production this year.
  • Farson adds that the complaints are due to rising expectations.
  • But being a favorite also brings rising expectations and pressure.
  • Investors bought on rising expectations of a Fed easing sometime soon, with December likely.
  • Don't be fooled by rising expectations for 1996 corn production.
  • We are now facing more complicated challenges due to rising expectations in the government.
  • Wheat remained under pressure from rising expectations for U . S . wheat production.
  • THE FUTURE : Rising Expectations, In Cities and Villages
  • Increasingly, Iraq's American occupiers are fighting a more subtle war : one against rising expectations.
  • You can see it in the rising expectations and rising living standards throughout southeastern China.
  • It's more evidence that he is completely immersed in his own realm of rising expectations.
  • How does one incorporate rising expectations into an index that measures the standard of living?
  • John Kennedy used to talk about an ongoing, worldwide " revolution of rising expectations ."
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