Some articles on reaching:
... Blower's Daughter" and was subject of many releases in 2003 (reaching #32 in British Singles Chart), 2004 (reaching #19) and 2011 (reaching #9) ...
... The album was a step down in the band's sales, reaching gold certification and #26 in the US charts ... The single "Just As I Am" was their last major entry on the charts, reaching #19 on the Billboard Hot 100, while their interpretation of the Jennifer Rush song "The Power of Love" became a minor ...
... It is best viewed as a Top 10 hit, due to reaching #9 Pop on the Top 100 lists for both Cash Box and Record World, as well as #10 in Radio Records ... success with the single on the C W charts, reaching #8 ... The album had a disappointing chart run, reaching #52, and would be the last studio album Ross issued in the next three years until the Diana Ross album, released in 1976 ...
... their single "Full of Smoke" on Roc-A-Fella in 1996, reaching #53 on the Hot 100 and #15 on the R B charts ... hits on the charts with "Bring Back Your Love" reaching #67 on the R B charts and "I Wanna Get Next to You" reaching #32 on the R B charts ...
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Famous quotes containing the word reaching:
“[The health plan was] constructed to be deconstructed. [Instead,] it was described as an ultimatum by our opponents and therefore used to undermine the process of reaching agreement.”
—Hillary Rodham Clinton (b. 1947)
“So he with difficulty and labour hard
Moved on, with difficulty and labour he;
But he once passed, soon after when man fell,
Strange alteration! Sin and Death amain
Following his track, such was the will of Heaven,
Paved after him a broad and beaten way
Over the dark abyss, whose boiling gulf
Tamely endured a bridge of wondrous length
From hell continued reaching th utmost orb
Of this frail world;”
—John Milton (16081674)
“Profound as race prejudice is against the Negro American, it is not practically as far- reaching as the prejudice against women. For stripping away the sentimentality which makes Mothers Day and Best American Mother Contests, the truth is that women suffer all the effects of a minority.”
—Pearl S. Buck (18921973)