Some articles on reached:

King Peak (Yukon) - Climbing History
... They reached Camp 2 on the west ridge on June 3 ... After struggling with rock towers and icy crests, they reached the top on June 6 ... the gendarme that had rebuffed the failed attempts and reached the top on July 23 ...
Nikki Webster - Recording Career - 2000–04: Follow Your Heart, Bliss and Let's Dance
... her success in the Olympics and her first single "Strawberry Kisses" reached No. 13 and going gold, while second single "24/7 (Crazy 'bout Your Smile)" also reached the top 20 ... released a cover version of "Dancing in the Street" by Martha and the Vandellas which reached the top twenty while her 2004 single "Let's Dance" reached the top ...
Blancmange (band) - Biography
... Later that year, they broke through with "Living on the Ceiling", which reached no ... a sleeve painting in the style of Louis Wain), also reached the top 30. 8), while their second album Mange Tout also reached no ...
Weisshorn - Climbing History - 1860 Attempt
... Crossing the moraine, they walked until they reached a steep and rugged portion of the glacier, which hid the mountain from their view and rounding this obstruction with some difficulty, they reached the upper ... They turned back and reached Zermatt in the evening, after nineteen hours of walking ...
Zuzana Ondrášková
... On 9 February 2004 she reached her career-high singles ranking of world no ... In her career she reached one WTA Tour singles final 2005 Prague ... In addition, she reached the semi-finals of 2010 Budapest as well as reaching two additional quarter-finals, 2005 Forest Hills and 2006 Estoril ...

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    “Having reached the term of his natural life”; Mwould it not be truer to say, Having reached the term of his unnatural life?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    A real fox calls sour not only those grapes that he cannot reach but also those that he has reached and taken away from others.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Knowledge has two extremes. The first is the pure natural ignorance in which all men find themselves at birth. The other extreme is that reached by great minds, who, having run through all that men can know, find they know nothing, and come back again to that same natural ignorance from which they set out; this is a learned ignorance which is conscious of itself.
    Blaise Pascal (1623–1662)