CLIMB


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AcronymDefinition
CLIMBChildren Living with Inherited Metabolic Diseases (UK)
CLIMBCenter for Loss in Multiple Birth, Inc.
CLIMBCity Life Is Moving Bodies (New York, NY)
CLIMBConcerned Long Island Mountain Bikers (Long Island, NY)
CLIMBCivilian Leader Improvement Battery
CLIMBCredentials for Leadership in Management and Business
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"Well, I'll climb up when I get back, then," said the boy, with a laugh.
Rapunzel had magnificent long hair, fine as spun gold, and when she heard the voice of the enchantress she unfastened her braided tresses, wound them round one of the hooks of the window above, and then the hair fell twenty ells down, and the enchantress climbed up by it.
When he reached the ground he skirted the base of the bluff and climbed up and into his own cave.
I have no great desire to see Switzerland, for I am sure the Alps must be greasy with being climbed.
As the lion climbed slowly toward him, Tarzan sought higher branches; but to his chagrin, he discovered that it was with the utmost difficulty that he could climb at all.
Good luck to every sergeant, then, that lets us pick our road; Bad luck to all the driver-men that cannot pack a load: For we can wriggle and climb, my lads, and turn up everywhere, Oh, it's our delight on a mountain height, with a leg or two to spare!
"That's going to be a ter'ble hard climb, Scarecrow.
Then the people ran as only Hill folk can run, for they knew that in a landslip you must climb for the highest ground across the valley.
Vasili Andreevich went over to his sledge, found it with difficulty in the darkness, climbed in and took the reins.
I climbed the grass-clad mountain, And my gaze swept far and wide For the rosy lights of a little room, Where I thought my mother sighed: My boy has gone for a soldier, He sleeps not day and night; But my boy is wise, and may yet return, Though the dead lie far from sight.
The storks were fast asleep, and he climbed on to the back of the father-stork and bound a silk cord round the joint of one of its wings, then he crept among its soft downy feathers and fell asleep.
Seeing himself lost, he climbed up a giant pine tree and sat there to see what he could see.