- v. Simple past tense and past participle of re-up.
“A week after the news broke that the Nats were likely to make 106.7 The Fan their flagship station, that station's local rival -- ESPN 980 -- re-upped with the other local ballclub.”
“With Girardi's popularity in Chicago and his fawning statements about the Cubs, that talk doesn't die, even after Chicago hired Mike Quade and Girardi re-upped with the Yankees.”
“Two current NFL coaches, Washington's Mike Shanahan and Seattle's Pete Carroll, are pulling in $7 million a season, while Chicago's Lovie Smith just re-upped for $6 million a year after leading his team to the NFC Championship Game.”
“In April, Longoria re-upped her contract for "Desperate Housewives," and she'll also soon star in "The Baytown Disco.”
“Four of which didn't include any of the new signees, be they a re-upped Giant or a newcomer.”
“We just re-upped the Seattle Housing Levy, which former Housing head Adrienne Quinn had a large part in before she was not re-hired by McGinn.”
“Cast member Shemar Moore just re-upped his contract but Thomas Gibson remains in negotiations.”
“Spann said his wife, Linda, had taken out a $150,000 life insurance policy when he re-upped but they never had to cash it in.”
“So, I would be pleasantly surprised if AAPL re-upped the exclusivity with T.”
“Of the elite quarterbacks having neared or reached the end of their contracts over the past year, all but one have re-upped with their team.”
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