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Definition of 'write up'

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She would go for a swim when she'd unpacked, write up her diary in bed, and then lights out. Curzon, Clare THE QUEST FOR KGive her a chance to write up her project on her own first, if that's what she wants. Erskine, Barbara MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACEThere was even a small, glassed-off cubicle for Jacques alone, for him to do his accounts and write up his menus. Gaskin, Catherine THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMENShe fully intended to write up a report for the file on Jennifer Spencer. Olivia Goldsmith INSIDERS (2001)Big, big write-up in the LA Times, perfect PR, how you flushed the guy out, all the right touches and now the acquisition of your company. Duncan, Robert L THE SERPENT'S MARK (2004)A long write-up about the project painted a rosy picture of the future. Malcolm, John THE GWEN JOHN SCULPTURE (2004)Just as well because the show itself got a very nasty write-up. Laurie Graham MR STARLIGHT (2004)she cried, thrusting the paper at him," a really nice write-up about tonight! Stuart Woods WORST FEARS REALIZED (2004)

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