To get up

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • To get up to cause to be established or to exit; to prepare; to arrange; to construct; to invent; as, to get up a celebration, a machine, a book, an agitation.
    • To get up To rise; to arise, as from a bed, chair, etc.
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Quotations

  • David Viscott
    David Viscott
    “If you could get up the courage to begin, you have the courage to succeed.”
  • Winston Churchill
    Winston%20Churchill
    “I have been brought up and trained to have the utmost contempt for people who get drunk.”
  • Charles Buxton
    Charles Buxton
    “The first duty to children is to make them happy, If you have not made them so, you have wronged them, No other good they may get can make up for that.”
  • James Russell Lowell
    James%20Russell%20Lowell
    “Thank God every morning when you get up that you have something to do that day, which must be done, whether you like it or not.”
  • Ralph Bunche
    Ralph Bunche
    “If you want to get across an idea, wrap it up in a person.”
  • Michael J. Fox
    Michael J. Fox
    “I'm going to marry a Jewish woman because I like the idea of getting up Sunday morning and going to the deli.”

Usage

In literature:

He exerted all his strength to get up to him.
"The Three Midshipmen" by W.H.G. Kingston
Rose tried to sit up, seized with a frantic longing to disobey him, and get off before he returned.
"Robert Elsmere" by Mrs. Humphry Ward
Rockets had to burn their fuel fast to get up out of the dense air near the ground.
"Space Platform" by Murray Leinster
Thinking that it was my father who had come to tell us that it was time to get up, I closed my eyes so as not to see him.
"Nobody's Boy" by Hector Malot
This enabled her to get up and go home.
"The Goose Man" by Jacob Wassermann
We're going to get up very early in the morning.
"The Adventures of Bobby Orde" by Stewart Edward White
Nothing like going to bed hungry, Nancy, if you're wanting to get up with an appetite for breakfast.
"The Manxman A Novel - 1895" by Hall Caine
I had a little difficulty with my father, and this is a trumped-up charge to get me back to Plattsburgh.
"All Adrift" by Oliver Optic
To get up at three, think what that means!
"A Collection of Stories, Reviews and Essays" by Willa Cather
And if he was going to do that, it might be a good idea to get up.
"The Alembic Plot" by Ann Wilson
Young men," he went on, again forcing a smile, "I reckon it's up to us to get this gang busy.
"On the Edge of the Arctic" by Harry Lincoln Sayler
This I cannot expect to last elsewhere; but it is a most welcome relief here, as I have all the readings to get up.
"The Letters of Charles Dickens" by Charles Dickens
Clare said: "I'd like to get up now," and Stonor left the shack.
"The Woman from Outside" by Hulbert Footner
You can't afford to slow up the play by waiting for your end to get to you.
"Left Guard Gilbert" by Ralph Henry Barbour
Next morning she was unable to get up in time to see Sam pass.
"The Huntress" by Hulbert Footner
I don't need anybody to help me to get up a programme; my partner, Mr. Carr, attends to that end of it.
"The Rover Boys in Alaska" by Arthur M. Winfield
It ain't time to get up yet, is it?
"Shoe-Bar Stratton" by Joseph Bushnell Ames
And here was the old lady trying to get up from her chair to summon Widow Thrale!
"When Ghost Meets Ghost" by William Frend De Morgan
She probably wants to get up a big scheme of propaganda and put it into the schools.
"Old Crow" by Alice Brown
How to get up in them was some problem.
"Over the Seas for Uncle Sam" by Elaine Sterne
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In poetry:

"What wilt thou leave to thy young son?
Son Davie! son Davie!"
"The weary warld to wander up and down,
And he'll never get mair o' me, O."
"Son Davie! Son Davie!" by Andrew Lang
(Desperately):
"Who can deliver us? Who can win ease for us?
Rescue us out of this ocean of debt?
We've come to wreck in it; up to the neck in it -
Won't someone help us get out of the wet?"
"A Dirge of the Morning After" by C J Dennis
Yet if thou stayest still, why must I stay?
My God, what is this world to me?
This world of wo? hence, all ye clouds, away,
Away; I must get up and see.
O show thy self to me,
Or take me up to thee!
"Home" by George Herbert
And yet we knew 'twas in 'im; we knew as 'e could fly;
But what we couldn't get at was 'ow to make 'im try.
We'd almost turned the job up, until at last one day,
We got the last yard out of 'm in a most amazin' way.
"The Groom's Story" by Arthur Conan Doyle
Phœbus, to guide our couple, came,
Determin'd to do just the same.
He urg'd his coursers--whipp'd them still--
And gallop'd up the Eastern hill;
When, finding he was far from earth,
Then lagg'd, as they did, to get breath.
"The Pleasures Of Matrimony" by William Hutton
An' old Bob's wife she took an' died the hour the news was known —
'Twas rather rough on poor old Bob to leave him all alone.
Old Bob was powerful bad at first—we thought him goin' too—
Till one fine mornin' up he gets as brisk as me or you.
"Frien' Bill" by John Joy Bell

In news:

Ryan Sawyers can't wait to get up in the morning.
Members of the preservation board held their monthly meeting at the zoo in order to get a close-up look at about 13 acres of the Nehrling gardens to decide whether to designate it as a historical site.
MOORESVILLE There's little doubt that Mooresville will be able to get up and down the court and score points from the outside this season.
'Outside, Inside Out' we want you to get up and 'Flashdance' this afternoon here on the Magic Music Hour.
Do you like to get up early or do you like to stay up late.
People who like to stay up late but then have to get up at a normal time in the morning may have it worse than others when sleep-deprived.
You may have thought it was a good idea to get up for a beer during the halftime show, but not if you go to Ohio State University .
Perhaps, then, humans should always be ready to get up and go at any moment.
Locos Por Juana instantly inspires us to get up dance thanks to their fusion of reggae, cumbia, and rock beats.
The Midshipmen and Falcons are used to getting up at the crack of dawn.
Kids encouraged to get up, get active.
Makes you want to get up in the morning.
This video shows an average day in a dog's life, if he had to get up and get ready for work.
He knows not to get up into power lines.
(AP) – City officials in Aberdeen have notified a long-delayed beef processing plant that is trying to get up to speed that it is violating its wastewater permit.
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In science:

Secondly, as a result of mismatch between Lorentzian group and its spinor representation, one has to get used to ”preferred” direction through which ”spin up” is defined (which is usually z direction).
An attempt to resolve apparent paradoxes in definitions of Grassmann numbers and spinor fields
Lemma 2.12 allows one to perform standard holomorphic disc counting constructions within the enclosure (ρ, R) to get invariants of exact Lagrangian boundary conditions up to Lagrangian isotopy in a similar manner to the way one defines Floer cohomology in exact symplectic manifolds.
An invariant of link cobordisms from symplectic Khovanov homology
There is 'work in progress' to fix this and get # the reference data for rfc1766 cleaned up.
Software Design Document, Testing, Deployment and Configuration Management of the UUIS--a Team 2 COMP5541-W10 Project Approach
Thus, with probability 1−1/n2 , up to time t1 the rumor cannot propagate (directly or through intermediate agents) outside the set of agents I , and the farthest it can get from x(t0 ) by members of I is bounded by (γ log n)/2 since the island has no more than log n agents by Lemma 13.
Infectious Random Walks
Suppose that we make this construction in the case when N is the disc ∆, so no blowing up is required and we get a map from ∆ to the Grassmannian.
Stability, birational transformations and the Kahler-Einstein problem
Given any smooth pro jective variety X , one can blow up any set of points or subvarieties Z ⊂ X to get another smooth pro jective variety BZ X which is very similar to X .
Moduli of varieties of general type
If f (ǫj ) = 0 for every j , then we get a grading which is not short, hence we can assume, up to equivalence, that f (ǫ1 ) = 1.
Classification of linearly compact simple N=6 3-algebras
It follows that, up to rescaling, we may assume that t = 0 hence getting d).
Classification of linearly compact simple N=6 3-algebras
Therefore, changing the sign if necessary, we may assume that we are in the first case and in this case we may assume, up to rescaling, that A = 0 = t, hence getting f ).
Classification of linearly compact simple N=6 3-algebras
Up to rescaling, we can thus assume that t = 0, hence getting g).
Classification of linearly compact simple N=6 3-algebras
If f (ǫj ) = 0 for every j , then we get a grading which is not short, hence we can assume, up to equivalence, that f (ǫ1 ) = 1.
Classification of linearly compact simple N=6 3-algebras
It follows that, up to rescaling, we may assume that t = 0 hence getting d).
Classification of linearly compact simple N=6 3-algebras
Therefore, changing the sign if necessary, we may assume that we are in the first case and in this case we may assume, up to rescaling, that A = 0 = t, hence getting f ).
Classification of linearly compact simple N=6 3-algebras
Up to rescaling, we can thus assume that t = 0, hence getting g).
Classification of linearly compact simple N=6 3-algebras
Thus, a significant part of the complication of this paper is due to our wish to get a bound that is best possible up to a constant.
Combinatorial theorems in sparse random sets
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