The eensy weensy spider went up the water spout.
A cheer went up in the hall.
Production is going up in leaps and bounds.
A new ore-dressing plant is rapidly going up.
Go up to the fork and turn left.
A deafening cheer went up from the crowd.
He will go up to the Arctic Region.
The firm in which Dick worked has gone up.
A ragged shout went up from the small crowd.
I went up the steps in two effortless bounds.
I usually go up to London on the sleeper.
That was the year when the ballon went up.
At early morning I went up through the hillside woods.
Everywhere you look,you can see glass and concrete monstrosities going up.
Elder sister ran to haymow to go up with that person.
Elder sister ran to haymow to go up with that labour.
Prices have gone up and down like a seesaw this year.
Not obtrusive, go up pertly courtship, you can refuse for certain.
I'm going up around the corner here, to roust out my driver.
And this goes up in certain level, let furnisher have fluky mentality.
Errors tend to go up as uses go up.
A dearth of corn caused the prices to go up.
The expenses, of course, go up steadily.
You must go up, Mr. Thaddeus–you must go up and look for yourself.
The stripes do not go up and down.
They go up 30 miles whereas on Earth they go up 6 or 7 miles.
A Toblerone spokeswoman says, no, cost is going up but they are going up generally.
Are not distribution costs going to go up, then?
As their incomes go up, their expenses go up as well.
She went up to greet the guests.
And she went up to her room.
As water levels fall, salinity goes up, leading to fish kills.
Could it have gone up the river?
Your mortality rates go up each year.
He goes up and up and up.
A howl of laughter went up irrepressibly.
Maybe it won't. Maybe it'll go up.
“I'm going up to change for dinner...”
Not going up there to make friends.
Cool chair that goes up the stairs.