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Some dinosaurs were up to twenty-seven metres long.
Children are forced to work up to 19 hours a day, 7 days a week in the factories.
We can guarantee 90 per cent of a bank loan up to £155,000.
Employees face dismissal if they fail to match up to the standards set by the company.
I’m afraid the play wasn’t up to our expectations.
When he’s quiet like this, I know he’s up to something.
I wondered what my daughter was really up to.
I don’t know what they’re doing but I’m sure they’re up to no good.
She’s supposed to leave the hospital tomorrow, but I don’t think she’s up to it.
He’s not really up to the job.
I don’t think I’m up to doing a ten-mile walk.