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“It should be up in a minute," Tolliver said, and Art had to go on and on about how amazed he was that Tolliver had been so farseeing.”
“It shall be up to your friend, LaBeau, to render that period of time as brief as practically possible.”
“Soon, if the job description succeeded, it would be up to her to pass along that same aloha spirit of welcome to the applicants for their teaching staff, just as she and the Elm Creek Quilters had done the previous summer at the manor.”
“Who knows what Bobby Spandrel and his World-Wide Lootery might be up to by now at the monastery?”
“When and my Son Charles reckons to be up in about 10 or 12 [illegible] of next month I am”
“Knowing therefore that his face would not be missed if he missed service on the morrow, Richard warned Kitty that he would be up late on Saturday night writing a letter to Mr. Thistlethwaite, and would sleep on when morning came.”
“Approach, Sir Andrew: not to be abed after midnight is to be up betimes; and 'diluculo surgere,' thou know'st, --”
“It would then be up to the forensic anthropologist to rearticulate the bodies as best she could in the ME's office.”
“I imagine myself on that stage, curtseying and bowing and graciously smiling, but as much as I want to be up there, in full makeup and a crinoline dress, I know in my gut that I could never do it.”
“Democratic House Minority Leader Paul Thissen said in a statement that it would be up to Republicans to pass the compromise.”
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