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He climbed onto the roof to check the TV aerial.
We escaped by climbing through a window.
The barbed wire is to stop people climbing over the fence.
He climbed the ladder to get onto the roof.
She was the third woman to climb Mount Everest.
If you go climbing you need the right boots.
We left the road and climbed the hill towards the wood.
They had to climb ten flights of stairs because the lift was broken.
Temperatures climbed into the 90s.
Their profits climbed from £20 million to £50 million last year.
Unemployment has climbed steadily over the past year.
Sara yawned as she climbed wearily into bed.
The plane climbed to an altitude of 60,000 feet.
people who climb to the top of their profession
He began working at eighteen, determined to climb the career ladder.
The book climbed steadily to number one on the New York Times bestseller list.