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1. The party did not measure up to their expectations.
2. It was fatiguing sometimes to try to measure up to her standard of perfection.
3. The job failed to measure up to her expectations.
4. She could never measure up to her mother's expectations.
5. How will the Secretary General measure up to his new responsibilities?
6. Would be measure up to this responsibility?
7. But does any church really measure up to that kind of expectation?
8. How will the new General Secretary measure up to his new task?
9. Addicts would have to measure up to certain requirements if they are plaintiffs who could collect damages under the bill.
10. Does this proud and historic little state really measure up to its potential?
11. The report says the footprints of the tetrapod measure up to 26 centimeters (10 inches) wide, which scientists say is indicative of an animal around 2.5 meters (7.5 feet) in length.
12. These products did not measure up to the set standards.
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13. There've been times I haven't measure up to everything I believe.
14. These can measure up to 6in across, about the size of a beer glass.
15. You must measure up to a very high level of performance.
16. Result of measurement indicates noise of the spreader measure up to the national standard.
17. In sports he did not measure up to his younger brother.
18. An adult body shell (or carapace) may measure up to 116mm across.
19. Mr. Chang said, " German goods don't measure up to American ones.
20. "He was concerned he wouldn't measure up to the rest of the group, " said Randy Yost, committee chairman and former CEO of Placer Bank of Commerce in California.
21. You must see to it that all the goods measure up to the specifications.
22. There is no guaranteed way for you or me to see reality measure up to our dreams.
23. Try as they might, however, the younger singers rarely measure up to their forebears.
24. The establishment of a new academic library often affords an insight into the way collections measure up to such standards as exist.
25. Later versions are of higher quality but purists are mot convinced that they measure up to the Chicago or Saint Vincent rackets.
26. In my teens I loved writers like Dostoyevsky, Kafka and Balzac,[sentencedict.com] but I never imagined I could write anything that would measure up to the works they left us.
27. This paper makes a discussion on the formal cause and hazard of boiler scale, and puts forward blowing out as planned in order to keep boiler water measure up to standard.
28. The solar constant water heater is a novel solar water heater which can measure up to the requirements on energy saving and environment-friendliness and is suitable for promotion and popularization.
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