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1. Foreign investment may dry up.
2. I wish the conversation will dry up.
3. I'll wash and you can dry up.
4. Dry up and listen to me.
5. I wouldn't dry up; I have something to say.
6. I'll dry up if you wash the dishes.
7. Help me dry up after lunch.
8. Dry up and blow away.
9. Oh, dry up and leave me alone!
10. Shall I dry up these glasses?
11. Investment could dry up and that could cause the economy to falter.
12. I'll just dry up these mugs and we can have a coffee.
13. The pond was apt to dry up during summer.
14. The soil began to dry up. 80.
15. My well of songs would dry up, or be plugged up with concrete.
16. Foreign investment too may dry up, as the initial post-unification euphoria fades.
17. I follow her in, sluice around, dry up, come and fetch her.
18. Anaximenes noticed that when river-beds dry up, the mud cracks.
19. We saved up a large sum of money, and it seemed never to dry up.
20. As she got older, offers of modelling work began to dry up.
21. If you ask her what she's good at she will dry up after two minutes.
22. It is a very attractive feature and has only been known to dry up once in the summer of 1826.
23. Interest rates could soar, asset prices could fall or cash flows could dry up.
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24. I get beautiful vines and flowers, but eventually the flowers fall off and the stems turn brown and dry up.
25. Once you leave the Bekaa Valley, the countryside begins to dry up.
26. Nonprofit organizations have seen their costs soar, their sources of revenue dry up, and their missions challenged.
27. There was one worrying moment where one of the actors seemed to dry up for a few seconds.
28. The problems at Hope Farm began in 1990, when subsidies from the decaying Soviet government began to dry up.
29. New York Head Start programs also were squeaking by, but funding could dry up by the end of January.
30. Meanwhile, the corporate-finance deals that had been generating big bucks for Wall Street's investment bankers were starting to dry up.