- You can
**come up with** initiatives.
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- She had to
**come up with** a good excuse.
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- No one else would have
**come up with** that.
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- It’s
**come up with** something that works.
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- We can retaliate and
**come up with** a response.
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- They tried to
**come up with** a fitting memorial.
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- Can’t we
**come up with** our own economic vision?
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- But the keepers had also
**come up with** one or two new tricks.
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- Karp told Del Nido that he would try to
**come up with** something.
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- People will
**come up with** stuff to do if you give them enough time.
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- This same issue has
**come up with** beef, milk and other farm products.
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- Sugg is the creative director, helping talent
**come up with** new ideas.
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- Then they
**come up with** one that puzzles me: “I’m Donald Trump!”
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- And we must
**come up with** some measures, some new ideas about what to do.
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- Pressure from retailers to
**come up with** the next big thing in ice is constant.
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