She turned her chair and sailed out into the main office.
Then I took the bag to my boat and sailed out to sea.
He sailed the plane out into a beautiful summer day.
Why do we let ourselves sail out so far over the line?
Or both ships might long have sailed out once more to the open sea.
That they permitted them t5 sail out on their own?
But I do not think they will sail out from here again.
Quickly, I put my little boat in the water and sailed out to it.
He sailed out through the wall and around the palace.
Once the couple have gone a man sails out in a boat.
They really could have come up with a better name, though.
She'd still have to come up all by herself with just the right words.
No one has come up with a better idea since then.
They've come up with a whole new way to move themselves.
But he didn't have time to come up with something better.
Someone should ask him about the change of heart, but for the time being, he'll be the one coming up with the questions.
And so I was able to come up with a time of death, about three days.
I was given three days to come up with something.
To get to her at all, he has to come up from behind one of us and go past.
She came up close and looked me in the eyes.
Each day up to 5 poor people came to his door to be fed and to receive money.
We were coming up to the first landmark on the directions Edward had given me.
And at the same time, Lilian was coming up to the second stage.
The school has created eight learning centers, where up to 20 students come for two hours a day, which can be scheduled around jobs.
At weekends people came from up to fifty miles around.
I've been doing this for coming up to 5 years, before which I worked as an agent looking after actors.
"You were on the second floor, coming up to the fifth?"
So it's just coming up to five to that's okay.
It's just coming up to twenty past three we'll take fifteen minutes.
The time is just coming up to twenty-one minutes past seven o'clock.
Open the valve and allow the water to flow out.
This is the only natural river that flows out from the lake.
Time and money flowed out like blood from a wound.
Already the sound of music flowed out from another room down the hall.
A spring is water that flows out from under the ground.
The words flowed out as more of a question than a statement.
"Does this water actually flow out from the side of that wall, or am I seeing things?"
But the second liquid will not flow out through the top.
It was said that "blood flowed out the front door" of the hospital.
Capital has also started flowing out, with more than $10 billion leaving in the first eight months of this year.