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1. It's cold and you should cover up warmly.
2. The company tried to cover up its employment of illegal immigrants.
3. She used dried leaves and twigs to cover up the hole.
4. They possibly falsified the results to cover up the inadequacies of their theory.
5. He attempted to cover up all the traces of his crime.
6. The government's attempts to cover up the scandal failed.
7. She laughed to cover up her feeling of awkwardness.
8. She tried to cover up her guilt by lying.
9. I tried to cover up for him, but without success.
10. Make sure you cover up before going out in the sun.
11. He tried to cover up his mistakes but in vain.
12. The government is trying to cover up the scandal.
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13. He suspects there's a conspiracy to cover up the crime.
14. The authorities were able to cover up what really happened at the incident.
15. Do cover up: it's freezing outside.
16. Cosmetics do not always cover up the deficiencies of nature.
17. You can cover up ugly pipes with wooden boxes.
18. Cover up, or stay out of the sun.
19. They'd done it in Gaelic to cover up the vulgarity. Very crude people.
20. Ladies have sheer or bare legs, trendies cover up with black leather pants.
21. Insurance For mailing high value items, cover up to ￡1500.
22. It's a crying shame to cover up your body.
23. The physically painful engrams cover up later emotional charges.
24. I pulled the cover up to my chin and folded my hands over my chest.
25. The persistent tendency to cover up for our lack of effectiveness by using vague language must be strongly resisted.
26. Authority can be mistaken and it can cover up ignorance with prestige and prevent people from thinking for themselves.
27. I'm rather disturbed by the way the company tried to cover up the truth.
28. Irene's cleaning the floor had been a calculated attempt to cover up her crime.
29. Revealing one's body brings into conflict a wish to show off with the desire to cover up.
30. Her father had a past which he'd taken pains to cover up.
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