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The group plans to set up an import business.
Rebels have set up an independent state within the country.
After the war, she set up shop in a quiet Yorkshire town.
a privileged kid whose father set him up in business
I’ll set up a meeting for Thursday.
The programme will set up a regional library system.
Police have set up a mobile incident unit outside the shop.
The army set up roadblocks to stop people trying to escape.
While the band is setting up, would you check on the food?
Will you be able to set up my PC?
The kids are setting up the volleyball net.
Their negligence set up a chain reaction that resulted in extensive damage.
Have something hot to set you up for the journey.
She claims she’s innocent and someone set her up.
a plan to set him up as party leader
I think we should set Ryan up with my cousin.
We set up camp for the night near the river.
She set up camp in the kitchen while they painted the bedroom.
a trust fund that set her up for life
After graduation, we decided to set up house together.
He sets himself up as some kind of financial expert.