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rise up the pole And like that carnival contest where you bang a hammer and watch the disk rise up the pole, I could almost see my body heat rise up Morrie's chest and neck into his cheeks and eyes. rise up the pole, rise up Morrie's chest and neck. Do you say something rises up a position? Shouldn't it be something rises up 'to' a position?
2019年8月24日 08:19
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Sth rises up (somewhere) The disc rises up (the pole) The heat rises up (someone's chest) The clouds are rising up This is used for general movement without a destination But: The stocks will rise up TO the sky Your fever is up THROUGH the roof I want to travel (up) TO the stars
2019年8月24日
XiaoDeng
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