He rang for the servant to come up.
He heard soft footsteps coming up the stair.
The water came up to the fisherman's thighs.
While we were talking, a bloke came up.
Sometimes the rector came up and preached a sermon.
Her contract is coming up for renewal in the autumn.
The second tumbril empties and moves on;the third comes up.
The horseman came up to Robin Hood, brandishing his sword.
Another team of scientists has come up with conflicting evidence.
At sunrise, the sun looks as if it is coming up.
Veronica had come up to him with her usual cheery smile.
The whole question of the allocation of resources will come up for review next week.
Engineers are still trying to come up with a commercially viable replacement for internal-combustion engines.
Dot didn't hear Mrs Parvis come creeping up behind her.
Hasenpfeffer? Yes, your gracious royal majesty. Hasenpfeffer coming right up. Yes, sire. Hasenpfeffer? What's Hasenpfeffer?
Come on, lighten up! It was only a joke.
When you've suited up, come into the machine room.
When it came to cleaning up afterwards, Anne was conspicuous by her absence.
End of dishful dishful ground comes up, put before you, seem to always be done not have be over.
Performances of the luboil developed by us have come up to the level of same kind of imported oil.
The fishermen whose nets come up empty.
OK, a nice cold beer coming up.
The EU elections are coming up soon.
If " big-fish place" comes up again...
Coming up, gravity outages in East Sanchez Heights...
We are coming up with newer vector control methods. We are coming up with new drugs.
Because the sun comes up later. -Why?
Came up to me in a pub.
Look, she's coming up the garden path.
You come up with one at home.
Kaya Suner came up with a solution.
This is what they came up with.
Like your ninth birthday, coming up. Microscope.
Cathy, you and I came up together.
Look, the U.S. Capitol is coming up!
The White Knight came up to Alice.
Don't you have a birthday coming up?
And I came up with an idea.
Pinocchio, come up to me! shouted Harlequin.
It comes up through the storm sewers.