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1. Let up on Jane. She is sick.
2. We have overspent . We'll have to let up our expenditures next month.
3. The rain didn't let up all day.
4. Don't let up before you get all things finished.
5. The rain had let up.
6. The wind let up during the night.
7. Mother thought the pain would never let up.
8. We mustn't let up, even though we're winning.
9. We mustn't let up now.
10. Will the rain ever let up?
11. The pain finally let up.
12. We can't let up on our efforts to compete with other more successful firms.
13. When he was with her, his nerve never let up.
14. The wind had dropped and the rain gradually let up.
15. That O'Neill man isn't going to let up now he's got his teeth into it.
16. I let up on it, listened to the silence, then buzzed again, a little longer this time.
17. The moral is simple: do not let up until the time-up bell sounds.
18. Let up then beware of self-deception.
19. We should never let up for a moment.
20. Presently the rain let up.
21. " Oh, let up, " he answered.
22. We will not stop or let up till Tunis has been captured.
23. " Oh, let up, " he answered. " What difference does it make?
24. You're doing really well, but you can't afford to let up now.
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25. Neil spent the entire evening moaning about his job - he just wouldn't let up.
26. Even when the crowd had scattered, the police didn't let up.
27. The principle of rapacious egoism, Shakespeare shows, does not let up once it has achieved its first-formulated goal.
28. But momentum was the thing - self-doubt came sneaking in as soon as they let up.
29. His gut geared into action instantly, and for two hours it never let up.
30. It started the very first morning, and after that he never let up.