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Could you help me carry this old trunk up to the attic?
I got off my bike and walked up the hill.
He held the cup up to his lips and slowly sipped the tea.
Pick your clothes up off the floor and put them away.
He raised the child up above his head, which she seemed to enjoy.
Put your hand up if you know the answer.
She’s up in the bathroom.
He was up the ladder, cleaning the windows.
Further up the hill was a small farm.
The hotel is 1,500 feet up in the Black Mountains.
We rolled on our backs and looked up at the sky.
I turned my face up towards the sun.
Lynn glanced up from the book she was reading.
A path leads up from the beach to the top of the cliff.
He stood up and pulled a chair out for me to sit on.
I found Hattie sitting up in bed.
The dog stopped with its ears up and nose twitching.
I go up to Scotland about once a month.
She’s up north with her family on a holiday.
One of the salespeople came up and asked if she could help.
Two women ran up to us, shouting in Spanish.
Just go up to him and say hello.
Further up the road was a little country pub.
He lives up the street from me.
We went on a long trip up the Amazon.
Up the river, in the distance, was the rescue boat.
Total new car sales were up £3 million over last year.
Fuel prices went up by 3 per cent.
Profits for August were slightly up on July’s figure.
Billy, will you turn the volume on the TV up – I can’t hear anything.
Competition between the production groups is hotting up rapidly.
We were up bright and early the next morning.
Get up! It’s almost 10.00.
I was up till midnight preparing the presentation.
Come along now, please! Time’s up!
The prize money will be divided up among the team members.
Divorce settlements often involve property that can’t be split up easily.
Eat up all your dinner.
I think it was selfish of me, using up all her free time like that.
The stream dries up in summer.
She kept Albert’s letters in a bundle tied up with ribbon.
Did you lock the house up before you left?
She was busy gathering up her papers.
Our profits are quite large when you add them all up.
Women of sixty and up get a free bus pass for off-peak journeys.
By ten o’clock we had the computers up again.
We had to take a different route because Bristol Road was up.
He’ll be up at the school talking to parents.