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ascending

adjective Rising upward.

ascending

adjective Rising; upward

ascending

sloping or curving upwards, e.g. the ascending limb of the loop of Henle in kidney tubules.
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The cost, Phi, and symbol buses are concatenated and sorted ascendingly according to the cost.
"The punishment of a player who misses training without permission normally rises ascendingly, but Shikabala has been absent for almost a week.
In recent years, interest in the composing process is said to have ascendingly grown in size and number.
At higher levels of intelligence, it contains ascendingly more complex mental, conceptual systems.
Oklahoma(164) Casebooks and treatises tell us that Skinner stands at the base of a pyramid of ascendingly complex "fundamental rights" cases.(165) In Skinner, we learn, "[t]he Court first pointed to fundamental interests in the equal protection context."(166) Similarly, treatises tell us that Skinner marked "the first time constitutional recognition of a fundamental right was held by the Supreme Court to mandate a norm of equal distribution."(167)