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Examples of shape up in a Sentence
angrily told his son that if he didn't shape up, he'd be grounded for a month
this group of summer interns is shaping up to be one of the best we've ever hired
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Investors and policy makers should get some rest this weekend: For those tracking the world economy, next week is shaping up to be one of the busiest in recent memory.
Six months ago, the Orange County mayor’s race was shaping up a fight between two Republican officeholders, Bill Sublette and Pete Clarke, positioning to be the alternative to Democratic Sheriff Jerry Demings in an officially nonpartisan election.
From chunky-heeled throwbacks to over-the-top kitten heels, fall 2018 is shaping up to be prime time for the shoe-obsessed.
That, not Middle East peace or modernised government, is shaping up to be Mr Kushner’s legacy.
Okay, is Roswell shaping up to be your new fave show or what?!
The top two finishers were shaping up to be state Rep. Kevin Roberts, who raised just $663,000, and Navy veteran Dan Crenshaw, who had even less cash to spend, with about $171,000 in donations.
According to a press release distributed by the group, conditions are shaping up for an early start to wildfire season in Arizona because of the unusually dry winter across the state.
Both Black Panther and its soundtrack have been shaping up to be blockbusters.
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