- So he
** came up with** a plan.
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- Hopkins
** came up with** a new approach.
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- It was Davon who
** came up with** the plan.
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- In response, Love
** came up with** a scheme.
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- So it
** came up with** an ingenious solution.
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- The next day Abu Ali
** came up with** more excuses.
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- Recently, he
** came up with** his own proposal for the site.
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- ‘Whatever you
** came up with** on that one day would be fine.’
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- But soon the meat lobby
** came up with** a cleverer form of diversion.
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- In response, he
** came up with** the idea of launching Spring, a new party.
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- He probably
** came up with** the beef sandwich as a way of eating at his desk.
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- Perhaps inevitably, the policies they
** came up with** looked a little rushed.
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- Canada
** came up with** four months of basic income for those who lost their jobs.
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