Examples of pay up in a Sentence
for once our bills are all paid up
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Attendees to the New York City Pizza Festival paid up to $75 per ticket to, uh, get scammed.
The biggest target in the gig economy, Uber, settled a lawsuit over the employee vs. contractor issue last year, agreeing to pay up to $100 million in cash to drivers but keeping their contractor status.
This city knows its food gimmicks: from $25,000 desserts to the infamous cronut and, more recently, the $55 cup of coffee, New York City has proven its ability to draw people from far and wide to pay up or stand in line.
Single-game ticket buyers will pay up to $5 per car at the event, which is about half of what they get charged at UC.
The resolution allows the superintendent to pay up to $500 a day to emergency replacement teachers, substitutes and independent contractors to replace striking workers.
Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the charging or arrest of the suspect.
The Oregon Department of Justice will pay up to $60,000 for Stoll Keenon Ogden to represent the Department of Human Services.
Lawmakers ended the tax-credit program this year, which often paid up to 65 percent of an explorer's costs.
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