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- v. to get ready for a fight
- v. to get in the fighting position
- v. to pay back money that is owed
- v. to face (someone) in a contest.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. settle conclusively; come to terms
- v. make square
- v. even up the edges of a stack of paper, in printing
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Ayres did his part well, and to the letter, bringing his division square up to the front of the return near the angle; but Crawford did not wheel to the left, as was intended.
I’m in no position to square up to any NRIs; I wouldn’t know one if he came up to me and screamed ‘Badla’ in my ear.
I guess if 'counts was added up, my' counts would square up better 'n theirn.