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2, We had to prop up the roof with a wooden post.
3, A worker put a prop against the wall of the tunnel to keep it from falling.
4, Prop the gate open with something.
5, She was becoming an emotional prop for him.
6, The government refuses to prop up inefficient industries.
7, He used a box to prop the door open.
8, Can we prop the window open with something?
9, Prop the gate open with a brick.
10, His encouragement was a great prop to her self-confidence.
11, I need some sort of a prop to keep the washing line up.
12, If you have difficulty sitting like this,[http://sentencedict.com/prop.html] prop up your back against a wall.
13, They had to prop up the tree with long poles under the branches.
14, After being the emotional prop he needed for so long, she dared not leave him.
15, The government introduced measures to prop up the stock market.
16, The builders are trying to prop up the crumbling walls of the church.
17, He can't always expect his colleagues to prop him up.
18, We will secretly prop it up.
19, And Lewis was such a tremendous stage prop.
20, Whitehurst bristles at the charge[sentencedict.com], daring Prop.
21, Even the Chamber of Commerce opposes Prop.
22, Some use other devices to prop the branches.
23, Sources said the report estimates that the Prop.
24, I prop myself on my elbows.
25, To support Prop 201 is challenging public trust.
26, In addition to a rebuilt freeway, the Prop.
27, The paramount duty of Congress is to stop deficiencies by the restoration of that protective legislation which has always been the firmst prop of the Treasury.
28, Life is a kind of pressure. We should learn to prop up ourselves.
29, How long is the government likely to survive without the US military force there to prop it up?
30, This window keeps on closing - I'll have to prop it open with something.
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