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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of upsurge.

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Examples

  • This should all come as no surprise to brands that found out with YouTube that group amusements would reliably generate a following, at least for a short while -- as Mentos saw in 2006 when its YouTube video of a mint exploding in a glass of Diet Coke upsurged its fan base on Facebook temporarily.

    Marian Salzman: Net Gain

  • This should all come as no surprise to brands that found out with YouTube that group amusements would reliably generate a following, at least for a short while -- as Mentos saw in 2006 when its YouTube video of a mint exploding in a glass of Diet Coke upsurged its fan base on Facebook temporarily.

    Marian Salzman: Net Gain

  • And then the waters upsurged, as do the waters of a pond when a stone is thrown into it, and drowned the city.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • And then the waters upsurged, as do the waters of a pond when a stone is thrown into it, and drowned the city.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • This should all come as no surprise to brands that found out with YouTube that group amusements would reliably generate a following, at least for a short while -- as Mentos saw in 2006 when its YouTube video of a mint exploding in a glass of Diet Coke upsurged its fan base on Facebook temporarily.

    Marian Salzman: Net Gain

  • And then the waters upsurged, as do the waters of a pond when a stone is thrown into it, and drowned the city.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • Cases of Crimes have upsurged in thousands, a decade back in 1999, a total of 1, 35,771 cases were reported.

    Dad rapes his two daughters

  • Has anybody noticed how all things war related has upsurged on cable tv in just the last few years?

    Firedoglake » Bursting the Bubble of American Military Empire

  • Washington, March 24: The U.S. stocks have upsurged following the government's announcement that it would buy up to $1 trillion of banks 'toxic assets in a bid to relieve the economic crisis.

    The Money Times - finance news, lifestyle, markets, investment, personal finance, banking, retirement planning

  • The assocation criticised the maintenance of a cap on places at PLC (pos - Leaving Certificate) programmes despite an upsurged in demand caused by the recession.

    Top Stories: BreakingNews.ie

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