What is elevate?

  • (verb): Raise in rank or condition.
    Synonyms: lift, raise
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Elevate
... Elevate can refer to the act of elevation (disambiguation) Elevate (organization) eleVAte, Virgin America's frequent-flyer program Elevate, were a short-lived but inventive guitar-based band, formed ...
Ryūji - Possible Writings
... dragon, rule" 龍治, "dragon, govern" 龍児, "dragon, child" 隆二, "elevate, second" 隆次, "elevate, next" 隆司, "elevate, rule" 隆児, "elevate, child" The ...
Elevate (organization) - Elevate Projects
... Elevate projects are designed to provide its members with a means of self-expression while bringing awareness to the needs of foster and adoptive youth ... Travis Lloyd is an Elevate member, and former Elevate chapter facilitator, who developed the elevate Desire to Inspire music and poetry CD, as well as a video called Voices of Youth ... Elevate projects, poetry, and stories of foster youth are available on the Elevate web site ...
Elevate (organization) - About
... While Elevate originated in Des Moines, there are now chapters throughout the state of Iowa ... Locations of chapters can be found on the Elevate website ... Elevate's activities include numerous types of advocacy ...
Sophia (British Band) - History
... label, putting out records from the likes of Elevate, Ligament, and Swervedriver ... the help from other Flower Shop artists - Graham Miles (Elevate), Dan Mulligan (Oil Seed Rape) and James Elkington (Elevate) - he recorded 1996's ...

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    All history attests that man has subjected woman to his will, used her as a means to promote his selfish gratification, to minister to his sensual pleasures, to be instrumental in promoting his comfort; but never has he desired to elevate her to that rank she was created to fill. He has done all he could to debase and enslave her mind; and now he looks triumphantly on the ruin he has wrought, and say, the being he has thus deeply injured is his inferior.
    Sarah M. Grimke (1792–1873)

    If I must choose which I would elevate
    The people or the already lofty mountains,
    I’d elevate the already lofty mountains.
    The only fault I find with old New Hampshire
    Is that her mountains aren’t quite high enough.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    Einstein is loved because he is gentle, respected because he is wise. Relativity being not for most of us, we elevate its author to a position somewhere between Edison, who gave us a tangible gleam, and God, who gave us the difficult dark and the hope of penetrating it.
    —E.B. (Elwyn Brooks)