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1. His business lunches were taken up with networking.
2. Teachers complain that more of their time is taken up with administration than with teaching.
3. A good deal of my time is taken up with reading critical essays and reviews.
4. Frank is taking up with economics.
5. The little time I had outside of school was taken up with work.
6. Their work was taken up with boring and blasting rock with gelignite.
7. Too much of this report is taken up with out-of-date figures.
8. He was taken up with the reconciliation of husband and wife.
8. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and build good sentences.
9. In fact, the bulk of the book is taken up with criticizing other works.
10. Once in government in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Hall's deregulatory message was taken up with alacrity.
11. Moreover, other territories were taken up with their own internal problems.
12. Of this, 250 or so is taken up with lighting, leaving a little over 3,000 watts for water heating.
13. The remainder was taken up with minor details.
14. Her mind was taken up with puzzling over a fact which had become increasingly clear the longer she stayed in the apartment.
15. The day is taken up with trying to control the child rather than having fun.
16. I said I thought a great deal of time was taken up with Committees.
17. Every road, every lane(Sentencedict.com), even the narrowest of alleys was taken up with stalls.
18. A larger room was taken up with the endless daily washing that miners' wives were obliged to do.
19. Much of the information system would unfortunately be taken up with information about the assortment of opening hours of individual bureaux.
20. The first week of the trial was taken up with jury selection.
21. Today may be taken up with doing a lot of last-minute errands.
22. The question of public housing should be taken up with the Ministerwhose responsibility it is.
23. The theme should be taken up with humour, with panache and perhaps with a bit of poetry...
24. The question of public traffic should be taken up with the Minister concerned.
25. Also, I'm aware that the space in my head that used to be taken up with A-level French has been replaced with tactics for playing Halo on the XBox.
26. Paul left Timothy in Ephesus to make sure the church stayed true to the doctrines Paul had taught and not be taken up with side issues (v. 4).
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