A friend of mine who edits an online magazine (not The Daily Beast) asks me to start up a sex column again.
I worked for what could be considered a start up back then—it took a lot more money and more people to get going.
As for how she got the money to start up her business, it has been a struggle.
We saw you go down to Hermanos yesterday and start up the trail this morning.
In a few moments the latter was seen to start up with a gesture of alarm.
There start up ever and anon valuable hints that germinate and bear fruit in the mind.
But what is there in being a prisoner to start up such a row?
Suddenly a knock at her door makes her start up in a vague, confused horror.
She'll hear it and she'll start up too; and that way they'll keep signaling to each other.
Will it be safe to start up the engine while were so close by?