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  • If all we do is flip over a few tables and fail to replace them with what should be there, we can be sure that tables will be uprighted and business as usual will begin again in no time.

    Rediscovering Values

  • She uprighted herself, all red faced and breathless, and looked at the clock.

    Winter Bloom

  • I did wonder if this vessel ever uprighted itself on the higher reaches of the tide, listening as I did to the first gurglings in the reed-bound mud as the sea once again started to push against the hull of an active fishing boat, (short-wheel based Landrover in attendance).

    Tidal Reaches 2

  • After the tree was uprighted, dirt had to be replaced to let it take root again.

    Gator Country cleanup

  • You'll see it in a minute, that bus being uprighted there.

    CNN Transcript Mar 2, 2007

  • And you say the bus -- we see the -- we're seeing -- seeing pictures of the bus now, which has been uprighted.

    CNN Transcript Nov 20, 2006

  • They just uprighted that cab, but the flowers he had in the back of that truck are spread all across this neighborhood right now.

    CNN Transcript Apr 8, 2006

  • He uprighted the chair and swung it around to face the mirror before he caught himself.

    First Daredevil fanfic

  • Hastily he uprighted the glass, chunked the ice cubes back in it, and nervously dried his hand on his denim-clad thigh.

    Heaven's Price

  • Casca uprighted Ragnar's overturned chair and sat down, watching the men he and Glam would soon fight.

    The Eternal Mercenary


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