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The old washup area became a walk-in pantry A half-wall divides the kitchen from the family room.
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Definition of wash up
- seaweed washed up on the shore
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The two finished the spaghetti, buried the two bodies and then washed up, according to Smith’s testimony cited in court documents.
That’s what happened to a bird that washed up on the shores of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Push them there and wipe them out by the ocean, where their bodies could feed the big fish and their bones could wash up on shore with photos of their girls back home floating past.
In this case, the harbinger of dark tidings is in the form of washed up curled octopi, who had been turning up by the dozens on the shores of New Quay Beach in Wales in the UK for a few nights in a row.
She's not intimidated by the Bay Boys, led by thirtysomething Chad (Milo Gibson), who aggressively control the local surfing scene, or by a world-traveling surf legend who washes up in Palos Verdes for a while (Alex Knost).
Scores of bodies are washing up on the banks of the Naf River between the two countries.
Authorities do not know if the body washed up or was dumped there.
Nate washed up sand and logs and even a large trash bin into the four-lane highway.
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