Escalated sentence example

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  • Starting in early May 1954, the tensions escalated to strikes.
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  • Instead, it was weak Administration policies that gradually escalated American involvement.
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  • By raising a question about parades along this road residents have significantly escalated the dispute.
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  • In the Middle Ages, parliamentary debates grew so heated, quarrels often escalated into bloody fights between Lords.
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  • Rather than condemn the massacres of Kurds, the US escalated its support for Iraq.
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  • But as the demands of leading the party parade escalated, Michael's behavior became increasingly outrageous.
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  • His skin flushed beet red and he started yelling before his anger escalated into a true homicidal rage.
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  • It did not seem possible, but my drinking escalated and I started drinking earlier in the day.
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  • From there, it just escalated, with Trump firing back insults and threatening to sue.
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  • An argument of words escalated into a physical altercation that moved from inside the restaurant out to the parking lot.
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  • Fast forward to the nineties, when movie roles became scarcer and his recreational drug usage escalated into a full blown drug addiction and Haim suddenly became unemployable.
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  • Words soon escalated into violence, resulting in the arrest of Carl, Nikki and Bianca.
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  • Both parties had been very public with their grievances about the other and the reports escalated into an all-out verbal war.
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  • As technology has improved to allow the games to show situations and characters that are more realistic, debate has escalated about the potential effects of video games on children's behavior.
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  • The main focus for these loans are homeowners who originally obtained adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs) and want to refinance into fixed rate mortgages because the monthly payments have escalated far beyond their financial capability.
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  • The company's success with handbags escalated, and spurred the design and production of other accessories as well.
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  • You don't want this whole issue to be escalated into an emotional tug of war.
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  • When Mia Farrow's Rosemary becomes pregnant, the situation is escalated as the concern for the baby takes the forefront.
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  • By the time she reached 34, her health problems had escalated.
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  • However, the violence escalated with the assassination of Shakur in Las Vegas Sept. 7, 1996.
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  • Many scenes of altercations and public anger at the lot are shown because the anger is usually escalated by the time someone has reached that point.
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