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  • v. Present participle of up-end.

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Examples

  • I'm not naïve enough to think that consumers will read this and begin a groundswell movement that results in up-ending the way the game is currently played.

    Daniel P. Malito: The Customer Is Always On Hold

  • I'm not naïve enough to think that consumers will read this and begin a groundswell movement that results in up-ending the way the game is currently played.

    Daniel P. Malito: The Customer Is Always On Hold

  • Governor Andrew Cuomo is up-ending the dysfunction in Albany, and along the way has only fueled speculation that he could be one of the leading Democrats for the White House in 2016.

    Dominic Carter: Cuomo Keeps Coming Up Roses

  • Our biggest concern in up-ending our life was the impact on our daughters: Mary, then 11, and Grace, 7.

    Earth Day: 10 lessons for building a green house

  • Kertesz's comedy is all about up-ending expectations and stereotypes.

    Funny old game: the standup competition for over-55s

  • The South African remains one of the best players never to win Wimbledon, a serene Zen-master of the serve-and-volley game who breezed to the final back in 1985, up-ending Jimmy Connors and reigning champion John McEnroe without breaking a set.

    Wimbledon 2010 live blog: 1 July

  • Also, Palin's an attractive, younger woman who is v conservative and has good, albeit short, track record of up-ending entrenched politicians.

    Who Is Sarah Palin?

  • Instead he marks the ground or adjusts the natural features of a place by up-ending stones for example, or making simple traces.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • I, or favorite facet from any of my books, is the up-ending of the back cover blurb system into a performance field for readers.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • In 1993, he declared that men and women should be free to worship alongside each other - in one stroke up-ending the taboo that for centuries consigned women to the first floor of a mosque, peering down through wooden latticework at the shaykh and his male devotees.

    Archive 2008-01-01

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