SHA1 collision found
jerry at seibercom.net
Sat Nov 25 14:24:29 CET 2017
On Fri, 24 Nov 2017 00:10:44 -0800, Brent Small stated:
toward the sky or a higher position:
"he jumped up" · [more]
synonyms: up · higher · uphill · upslope · to the top · skyward ·
heavenward to the place where someone is:
"Dot didn't hear Mrs. Parvis come creeping up behind her"
at or to a higher level of intensity, volume, or activity:
"she turned the volume up" · [more]
into the desired or a proper condition:
"the mayor agreed to set up a committee"
from a lower to a higher point on (something); upward along:
"she climbed up a flight of steps"
directed or moving toward a higher place or position:
"the up escalator"
in a cheerful mood; ebullient:
"the mood here is resolutely up"
(of a computer system or industrial process) functioning properly:
"the system is now up"
at an end:
"his contract was up in three weeks" · [more]
a period of good fortune:
"you can't have ups all the time in football"
do something abruptly or boldly:
"she upped and left him"
cause (a level or amount) to be increased:
"capacity will be upped by 70 percent next year"
lift (something) up:
"everybody was cheering and upping their glasses"
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