How to use Caught-up in a sentence

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  • But eventually it would have caught up with you.

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  • She caught up with Dulce at the top of the stairs.

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  • Maybe it caught up with him.

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  • Apparently time had caught up with Mom before she could finish.

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  • Belatedly, her mind caught up with her mouth.

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  • He's all caught up with his computers.

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  • What would they do if they caught up?

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  • Apparently the cavalry caught up with the renegades.

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  • Cade launched into an investigation of the old truck while Cynthia and Mary caught up on the latest gossip.

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  • I'm trying to get everything caught up so I can spend a little time with Claudette.

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  • She turned to go back to the house and realized she wouldn't be able to make it before the storm caught up with her.

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  • I found his lodging, returned to our room and caught up with Betsy as I was opening the door.

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  • Here we were, caught up in the euphoria of our accomplishments, like a group of dissimilar workers sharing a winning power ball ticket, and thinking that success made us friends for ever.

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  • Everything caught up with me and I needed time.

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  • We caught up to the ambulance at the emergency room entrance just as attendants were removing a stretcher.

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  • They proved unnecessary as a patrol car caught up with me and escorted me the last mile.

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  • We caught up to accident in six or seven minutes.

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  • Neither of us was proficient at using a saw and we'd managed only two rungs when exhaustion caught up with us and the light faded for permanently.

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  • I can follow the threads, but no one else can, and there's always the chance that something unexpected gets caught up in them.

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  • When I caught up and looked over his shoulder—that's when I saw it.

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  • Dean agreed as he and Cynthia were caught up in the dispersing crowd.

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  • I wonder if anyone answered his ad and he caught up with Josh.

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  • I wouldn't wanted to be in this Josh fellow's shorts when Ed Plotke caught up with him!

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  • She's the only innocent caught up in this mess.

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  • Destiny, giggling and ran at her side, caught up in the fun.

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  • He caught up to her in the hallway.

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  • Romas caught up to her and swept her into his arms for a quick kiss.

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  • She caught up to Mansr at long last.

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  • He caught up with Shipton on the sidewalk where the man was holding a handkerchief to the side of his head while loading gear to his vehicle and chuckling to himself.

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  • She was talking to the two waitresses and the bartender when he caught up.

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  • He considered the first night they met and how differently it would have played out if he had caught up to her in the parking lot.

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  • Alex asked as he caught up with them.

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  • At the path she slowed, and he caught up with her, following her to the edge of the creek.

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  • At least you didn't get caught up in the rush to the bridge.

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  • Ully called.   Toby slowed until he caught up then darted ahead again.

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  • As Dean climbed the steep steps, Bobby Witherspoon from the District Attorney's office caught up with him.

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  • Dean asked with a yawn as the night caught up with him.

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  • She caught up to him at the door, surprising him with the quiet of her bare feet on the carpet and gave him a hug from behind, burying her head against his back and holding on for a long while.

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  • Dean scratched his head, irritated at himself for getting so caught up in Fred's continuing scenario, a scenario totally baseless in proven fact.

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  • I guess dad's dying and all finally caught up to her.

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  • A large group overtook them outside of Durango and they became separated in the pack as she became caught up in a blur of color and then was gone.

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  • It was after dinner by the time Fred caught up with him.

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  • Fred caught up and stood next to them.

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  • Finally he caught up with her and swung her around.

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  • He caught up with her at the door as she started to open it.

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  • She caught up with Brutus near the tree line and that was when she saw it – half hidden under a dead limb.

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  • He gets a little caught up in the role of head of the household, and becomes a parental figure as well.

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  • Her senses caught up with her, jarring her out of her mind.

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  • Hilden caught up to them as they reached the dungeon, where Vara was opening the iron door to the cell containing Sirian.

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  • Alex caught up with them and dropped a stern gaze on Carmen.

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  • When she caught up with a motor home going forty miles an hour, she found no place to pass.

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  • Not about to get caught up in his games, Jessi rose with her coffee and started into the apartment.

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  • She studied him apprehensively, reminded of her cousins, when they were caught up in some sort of drama.

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  • Hugging herself, she sensed the magic in the air and moved back a few steps, not wanting to be caught up in the purple crossfire.

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  • The typical mine fan consists of a shaft upon which are mounted a number of vanes enclosed in a casing; the air entering a central side inlet is caught up by the revolving vanes and thrown out at the periphery by the centrifugal force thus generated.

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  • On his arrival at Hofuf, Sadlier found that Ibrahim had already left Deraiya, but still hoping to intercept him before quitting Nejd, he followed up the retreating Egyptians through Yemama, and Wushm to Ras in Kasim, where he caught up the main body of Ibrahim's army, though the pasha himself had gone on to Medina.

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  • The French cavalry on the right, hearing troops in motion on the Namur road, dashed in pursuit down the turnpike road shortly after dawn, caught up the fugitives and captured them.

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  • Men who imagined that they might at any moment be caught up to meet the Lord in the air were not likely to take steps for the instruction of the generations that might come after them.

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  • The name Busiris in this legend may have been caught up merely at random by the early Greeks, or they may have vaguely connected their legend with the Egyptian myth of the slaying of Osiris (as king of Egypt) by his mighty brother Seth, who was in certain aspects a patron of foreigners.

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  • Like so many of his countryman he displayed great linguistic ability, and his quick ear caught up even peculiarities of dialect.

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  • In both occurrences, however, there is still the possibility that the eclogite or the basalt is not the original matrix, but may have caught up the already formed diamond from some other matrix.

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  • It was at once caught up by influential members of the Liberal party in England, which country Tocqueville soon after visited, and where he married an Englishwoman.

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  • This determined at once the nature of the Kansas struggle and its outcome; and after the South had played and lost in Kansas, " the war for the Union caught up and nationalized the verdict of the Territorial broil."

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  • He caught up with her where the hallway turned, grabbing her waist and turning her around.

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  • A crisp wind caught up with them on the plateau, where not even a tree hindered its progress.

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  • When I caught up and looked over his shoulder—that's when I saw it.

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  • By the time he caught up with them, Donnie had recovered somewhat, but gone was the enthusiasm demonstrated earlier and he continued to clutch his father, as close as the seat belt would allow.

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  • They scrambled into a late model blue car parked a few yards away and were starting their U-turn as Fred caught up.

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  • She caught up with Brutus near the tree line and that was when she saw it – half hidden under a dead limb.

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  • It is difficult to elicit sympathy for a silly old man caught up in dark dealings.

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  • Don't get too caught up in calculating exact amounts.

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  • They are at much greater risk of being involved in accidents or assaults or caught up in other criminality, " he said.

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  • Sen Gupta's historical fiction has done a very commendable job of presenting children caught up in mysteries and adventures or even day-to-day problems.

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  • Recently we caught up with John Lynch, drummer extraordinaire and life-long Kiss fan to talk about their recent European tour and Oreo's.

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  • The girls were shot dead - innocent victims caught up in a bloody feud between two notorious street gangs.

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  • So many people get caught up in the buying frenzy of wedding planning, that they lose sight of the thing that really matters.

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  • Or if you were caught up in a bidding frenzy, or the like.

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  • That way, you won't be caught up in the buying frenzy.

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  • Nor should they allow themselves to be caught up in the promotional gimmicks of forces that are pushing for the products.

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  • The only time I was actually caught up with the law was when I was a chorus girl.

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  • Have you caught up with the new craze that is sweeping the globe?

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  • I've been caught up in one of those nightmare leasehold situations.

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  • As I was biking home one evening after work I caught up with Bill who seemed to be somewhat lethargic.

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  • But I myself continue to be caught up by daily living.

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  • Or was once, until I got caught up in the bizarre merry-go-round of childrenâs literature.

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  • Just caught up with my email but am limited to browsing in slo mo 56k style for the moment.

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  • Slightly old news, but as I finally caught up with it today I may as well put it here!

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  • We are caught up in an awesome struggle over the character of human personhood.

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  • But by the time the Morton brothers find them they have been caught up in a world of sexual perversity and fantasy.

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  • Here we have the rapture - rapture " caught up " means to be seized away.

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  • His mother and siblings got caught up in evangelical revivalism to which Ibsen was intractably hostile.

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  • You may not feel secure, caught up in the tornado of the world.

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  • Frustrated motorists were caught up in heavy tailbacks which put hours on most journeys.

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  • Two years of mickey taking has finally caught up with the Wolves fan today.

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  • You may recall that on his arrival last year he brought orange baler twine to the nest and got caught up.

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  • The bride's dress was of white figured silk, her bridal veil was caught up with a wreath of orange blossom.

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  • Fran got a bit weepy, i think her jab caught up with her today.

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  • Though there is nothing to show that Fischer intended, by what is here said, to do anything else than illustrate more fully the marvellous interconnexion of different animals, or that he attached any realistic meaning to his metaphor, his words were eagerly caught up by the prophet of the new faith.

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  • With this he caught up two of the piglets and pushed them together, so that the two were one.

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  • Then he caught up another piglet and pushed it into the first, where it disappeared.

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  • The Mangaboos saw her escape, and several of them caught up their thorns and gave chase, mounting through the air after her.

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  • The tenant of the air, it seemed related to the earth but by an egg hatched some time in the crevice of a crag;--or was its native nest made in the angle of a cloud, woven of the rainbow's trimmings and the sunset sky, and lined with some soft midsummer haze caught up from earth?

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  • Anna Mikhaylovna, stooping, quickly caught up the object of contention and ran into the bedroom.

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  • Dont get too caught up in the line of your feet but make sure the putter face is square to the target.

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  • When she came back, I was up and had caught up the backlog of mounting our rally plaques.

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  • We seem to get caught up in the rat race of life and forget why we work for success.

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  • Too often urban gardens get caught up in the frenzy of skyrocketing urban land values.

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  • Britain 's tally of 13 medals included three for Kirsty Balfour, who we caught up with for this month 's Total Swimming interview.

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  • Systems of tanning leather for the industry have also caught up with the times.

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  • He also advises clients who suffer from mental illness in tribunal proceedings or those who have been caught up in the criminal justice system.

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  • Christians would be less caught up in activities that often seem trifling, trivial, parochial in the narrow sense of the word.

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  • The bride 's dress was of white figured silk, her bridal veil was caught up with a wreath of orange blossom.

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  • However, parents get so caught up in taking care of baby that they often overlook some much needed "me time".

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  • So don't get too caught up in the weight game.

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  • The first question you'll need to ask yourself, before you get caught up in all the nitty-gritty details, is whether you want a desktop or laptop computer.

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  • It is far too easy to get caught up in the latest technology, and as a result, you will likely be tempted to purchase the top-of-the-line computer.

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  • Like discussed above, don't get caught up in the latest processor, operating system, or integrated multi-megapixel camera, and rather focus on what purpose the PDA will serve you.

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  • The only danger of visiting these stores is you may get caught up in the displays and decide to remodel your entire kitchen!

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  • Don't get caught up in the excitement and break the bank.

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  • Whereas humans get caught up in a frantic adrenal rush, cats instinctively adjust in the middle of their fall to reposition their legs.

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  • Do not get caught up in keeping up with the Jones'.

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  • Lenders have the ability to temporarily lower your required payment amount, lower the interest rate, or even skip an entire payment for one month while you get caught up.

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  • The Walmart MoneyCard is a prepaid Visa debit card issued by GE Money Bank that allows people to pay with "plastic" without having to worry about getting caught up in debt.

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  • The creditor may or may not offer solutions to getting you caught up in payments.

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  • Most individuals who are unable to get caught up in their debt payments will benefit from this particular type of debt repayment.

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  • If you are behind on any loans, it is necessary to get these caught up as soon as possible.

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  • I think sometimes I miss the little projects while getting caught up in the bigger ones.

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  • Having experience as a makeup artist for one of the world's leading cosmetics brands, we recently caught up with Natasha for an interview.

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  • Beware of getting caught up in a bidding frenzy by setting a limit on what you will pay for something before you start bidding.

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  • Don't get caught up trying to use every single mode or setting your camera has to offer.

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  • Once they leave the clouds, snowflakes can either fall straight to the ground or get caught up in strong winds that produce blizzards.You've probably heard it said that "No two snowflakes are exactly alike."

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  • It's very easy to get caught up in a cycle of worrying about things that haven't happened yet, and the fact is that most of the things we worry about don't ever happen.

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  • Everyone around you will be so caught up in how they dance and how they look that no one will notice the way you dance unless you try and breakdance.

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  • Because gangs so often participate in dangerous activities, teens can get caught up in a violent lifestyle that's nearly impossible to break away from.

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  • It can be easy for a middle school student to get caught up in all of the new and exciting extra-curriculars offered and ignore their studies.

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  • For that is the way it feels to be a teenage girl in love; your life becomes full of magical moments you become caught up in.

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  • Don't pull any pranks that could hurt you, your parents, your parent's property, or hurt any bystanders that happen to get caught up in the mayhem of your pranks.

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  • Even if you wish you were a different size, don't get caught up in numbers.

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  • These days so many brides get caught up in the superficial aspects of implementing their dream weddings that they forget to focus on what's really important.

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  • Couples often get caught up in the wedding cake design, overlooking the "wow" factor in getting a special recipe chocolate cake.

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  • It's easy to get caught up in the gorgeous chocolate wedding cake designs that adorn magazine covers, cookbooks, and online galleries.

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  • According to US Weekly, who caught up with Katie during a recent Colorado shopping trip, she told them unequivocally that Suri was not going to be a sister any time soon.

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  • Her time there ended in controversy when a fib Weston told about her age to get through the door as an actor caught up with her.

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  • Chapman's hard-living style finally caught up with him in 1977, when he was found guilty of murder and forced to serve time in a Texas prison.

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  • He returns it to the owner, only to find himself caught up in a bi-sexual love triangle.

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  • Police then caught up with Rob a few blocks away on his motorcycle, claiming that he never touched her and left the house to get away from his "bipolar" wife and not to evade the police.

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  • Knight jumped out of the truck in pursuit of Isaac, caught up to her, pushed her down, pulled a knife and began kicking her in the head.

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  • There's enough showing that it's obvious to see that her age hasn't caught up with her body.

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  • Teens and preteens should have fun with current styles, but not get too caught up in them as they can change on a moment's notice.

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  • LoveToKnow recently caught up to Dr. Ian Dunbar to ask him to share his dog training expertise.

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  • While behavioral and expensive health problems can land a Bulldog in a rescue organization, most are simply caught up in a bad situation.

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  • Well, here are some basics on the overall room design without getting too caught up in the technical jargon of acoustics and how sound waves travel.

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  • People often get caught up in the excitement of remodeling a bathroom and make impulsive purchases that might not be exactly what they were looking for.

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  • Before you fall victim to getting caught up in who makes the best tankless heater, you should really familiarize yourself with what's available so you can make an informed decision.

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  • Tiny studs, such as emerald stud earrings can get caught up with other earrings or pieces of jewelry and are easy to lose.

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  • Storing earrings well is crucial to keeping them safe and free from damage, however they can often get lost or caught up with other items of jewelry if they are kept in a large jewelry organizer.

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  • Small earrings are also vulnerable as these can easily get lost or caught up with other items.

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  • An earring tree organizer needs to have enough room to hang long earrings so they do not get caught up with other earrings.

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  • Many senior citizens may feel alone because many people get caught up in their own busy lives so taking time out of your schedule will be appreciated just as much.

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  • People got caught up playing titles like Motorstorm, among others.

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  • But there are secrets to unfold and Jack Carver gets caught up in the island and everything it has to offer, (The Island of Dr. Moreau, anyone?).

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  • It's really easy to get caught up on new video games coming out, but a tremendous value can be found with used video games.

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  • Also, it may be easy to get caught up in the newest titles available on the system, but you can save a lot of money by going into the older library of games instead.

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  • In fact, the sales figures for the SNES never really caught up to that of the Sega Genesis until Sega left the 16-bit market to release its Saturn console.

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  • It's easy to get caught up in the next generation console wars, but don't forget that a great deal can be had by buying a used video game system.

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  • Sure, you could get caught up in the latest first person shooter and get all frazzled awaiting Halo 3, but for some excellent time killing action, you can't really go wrong with a game like Zuma.

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  • While this function can come in useful sometimes, try not to get too caught up changing colors as it can prove time consuming, and could leave you with a difficult string (because you are leaving several "singles").

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  • It's easy to get caught up in the hype about the Apple iPhone with AT&T or the range of BlackBerry phones that are being sold by many different carriers.

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  • It's easy to get caught up in the newest iPhone or Android device, but there is an entirely different market out there that many people may not have recognized.

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  • But by kindergarten, only one-fourth of those children had not caught up with their peers.

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  • If any immunizations were missed, they can be caught-up at this time.

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  • His career has taken him to jobs in Los Angeles, San Diego, Spain, Russia, and Washington, D.C. We caught up with him as he returned from a recent trip to Italy where he picked up even more recipe tips.

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  • Starting at the age of 15, he quickly caught up on the years of technique he missed in the studio, quickly relocating from Phoenix to Los Angeles to further pursue his new passion.

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  • While it is easy to get caught up in the fun of swing dancing, Eastside Seattle swing dance lessons will focus on dance technique and musicality.

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  • Many women are so caught up in meeting the baby that they don't even notice this stage!

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  • She is also viewed as a down-to-earth person and not caught up in all things Hollywood, even though her career is firmly entrenched in the movie capitol.

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  • It's easy to get caught up in browsing when you're faced with all the wonderful free sewing patterns available online.

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  • Dating is hard enough for the majority, but when you're caught up in a small minority of individuals, the stakes are even higher.

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  • Is he caught up on his bills, does he have a lot of debt?

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  • This often happens when guys get caught up in their insecurities, rather than how the girl is responding.

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  • LoveToKnow caught up with Cunning Minx in Vancouver and asked for some of her expertise on this complicated topic.

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  • The best advice for one carat engagement rings is not to get caught up in a measure of size.

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  • One of craziest parts of the ride was when Scott and I got caught up in the fun of restoring Victorian Homes in Boston and our work was featured in The Boston Globe.

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  • Beginning freelance writers get caught up in trying to do too much when they first get started.

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  • Just remember to play it safe with your heart and your username before getting caught up in the net - the Internet - of love.

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  • Whereas many air signs are caught up in lofty theories that may never manifest well when applied in a scientific manner, the average Taurean doesn't have time to gaze out of windows.

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  • In addition to rebellion, other students may get caught up in the wrong crowd outside of the student body.

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  • Don't get caught up in a scam that won't get you any money, but may give you more headaches.

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  • Well this link gives you a short summary of the film, so that you are all caught up when you arrive at the movie theater.

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  • Germs, climate and gravity were all assigned supernatural characteristics by humans until science eventually caught up and explained these "strange" things.

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  • Conducting a past life test will quickly fade into the background as you become caught up in the spiritual journey you've undertaken.

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  • When shopping for reduced-priced computer monitors, resist getting caught up in the name game.

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  • You'll be caught up with painstaking detail, and you'll feel as if you never missed an episode!

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  • While fans used to the faster pacing of other daytime dramas complained, fans of Y&R knew that if they were unfortunate and missed an episode, they wouldn't miss every beat of the story and could be caught up relatively quickly.

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  • Twenty new episodes per month will be added, until the service is caught up with ITV's current airings.

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  • If you're intrigued or even just mildly curious, taking a peek at a set of EastEnders spoilers could help answer a few questions and get you caught up on the show.

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  • The niece of Palmer Cortlandt, Dixie was easily caught up in the manipulations and wars between Palmer and his rival Adam Chandler.

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  • Some fans use these answers to determine if they want to watch an episode or just to get caught up if they missed one.

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  • Once you get caught up in the drama-filled lives of Pine Valley's most devious characters it's hard to step away.

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  • Get caught up on episodes of True Blood beginning with this guide to True Blood episodes from the series' freshman season.

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  • Scanning a summary can let you know what you missed so that when you tune in again, you're caught up.

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  • Smith (Nora Hanen, One Life to Live) - Smith portrayed Guya, a spiritual guide who reinvented herself after her husband got caught up in a scandal and maternal aunt of Owen and Gina.

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  • Now that the price of radio technology has caught up with public demand, there's no excuse not to consider atomic wall clocks.

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  • If you're in an organized class, don't get caught up in comparing strength and flexibility with your classmates.

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  • The instructor has to have a connection with the practice that goes beyond the asanas to offer insights and guidance in the practice that reminds students to not get caught up in the physical.

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  • When caught up in the excitement, or as the case may be, the necessity of job-hunting, using resume templates as a tool to create a sleek and professional resume saves time and makes sense.

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  • LoveToKnow Business recently caught up with Lyn Collins, who uses her experience and expertise to help individuals, families, and small business with money management.

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  • Too often, people get caught up or distracted while cleaning and organizing, this can leave them floundering for where to start, to pause or to finish.

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  • It's easy to get so caught up in painting that you fail to notice mosquito bites and sunburns.

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  • When browsing needlepoint stores, it's easy to get caught up in looking at the beautiful designs and patterns available for projects.

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  • The Pilates method became popular among dancers in New York City, and they really kept the method alive until exercise physiology caught up to understand that Pilates' exercises were useful.

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  • There is very little material to get caught up in your pants, and you're virtually guaranteed not to have panty lines.

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  • As part of the main character's ploy to make robbers think his house was occupied, cardboard silhouettes "dance" to the song as Christmas lights twinkle, proving anyone can get caught up in its infectious beat.

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  • The release of It's About Time got caught up in personnel changes at Columbia and parent company Sony, and the album was pushed back several times.

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  • However, it has since been caught up in the ongoing battle between YouTube and the major record labels, who refuse to renew their licensing agreement with YouTube unless YouTube pays more money.

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  • Be realistic and set a budget in advance - Don't allow yourself to get caught up in the moment and start renting things you don't need.

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  • If you missed a show, however, you can still get caught up by catching an episode or episode clips online.

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  • He's not so sure now that working with all women is all it is cracked up to be, as he finds himself frequently getting caught up in the drama between the ladies in the salon.

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  • Viewers who caught Richard Heene on Wife Swap might not have been entirely shocked to see the man caught up in a publicity-grabbing scandal.

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  • The feds finally caught up with Gotti and in 1992 he was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for a long list of offenses, including 13 murders.

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  • She tries to sell her car online but gets caught up in a scam that cleans out her bank account.

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  • He is trying to move on with life by going to college, but continues to be caught up in the Transformers' Universe.

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  • While living in Metropolis, he gets caught up with a crime lord by the name of Morgan Edge who hires him to break into LuthorCorp.

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  • Urban fantasy began to grow in popularity in the mid 1980s as the modern era caught up with the earliest worlds imagined by science fiction.

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  • Don't add people you don't know - Don't get caught up in the fantasy that people you don't know want to be your friend.

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  • It's easy to get caught up in the external trappings of race gear, but with this heat, what a race driver wears beneath their uniform is important, too.

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