Rocketed sentence example

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  • Before long they also started to dress the lighting canopy with hanging foil decorations - and sales rocketed.

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  • Orlando Bloom rocketed to fame through his role as Legolas, Greenleaf of the Woodland Realm, in the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

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  • The Cowboy Casanova shirt is a reference to a song by Carrie Underwood that rocketed up the charts with its sassy warning about the charmer who will get a girl in trouble.

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  • The sweetcorn plants have rocketed up, and some of them have three cobs per plant.

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  • That particular piece rocketed to popularity worldwide when Anna Pavlova, the prima ballerina, made it a part of her standard repertoire.

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  • However, it was the advent of online play that rocketed Settlers of Catan into the mass market.

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  • Originally fashioned from patent leather, these shoes have rocketed in popularity from their original use by young children.

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  • The song rocketed to the tops of the charts around the world, difficult to do for a country song.

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  • In the number from the survey rocketed per cent the footsie flotation.

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  • With the introduction of spray booths, sales have rocketed, thanks to their fail-proof results.

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  • The dance form rocketed to popularity at the turn of the twentieth century and eventually became the national dance of Argentina under the Perón government.

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