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Grants were available to help with the cost of putting up new school buildings.
John was in the garden putting a fence up.
She put up a notice about the school trip to Italy.
I put a few posters up to make the room look less bare.
She put up some bookshelves in the study.
Several of the banks have decided to put up their interest rates.
The family has put up £15,000 towards the cost of the child’s medical treatment.
I was soaked before I could put my umbrella up.
Put your hood up or you’ll catch cold.
Could you put me up for the night when I come to London?
We put up at a cheap hotel.
In all, 60 political parties put up candidates.
It was Clare who first put up the idea of a concert to raise money for the school.
Residents have put up a great fight against plans to build a new road.
The victim was able to put up little resistance.
Menzies’ counsel put up a spirited defence of his client.
Liverpool put up a marvellous performance throughout the game.
Put your hand up if you know the answer – don’t shout out.