Lived-up sentence example

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  • This powerful family had lived up to that time on a good understanding with France; Si-Hamza, chief of the elder branch, had remained until his death (1861) a faithful ally of France.
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  • And with tea and home-baked cakes waiting for us after the day's ride, Bicycle Beano lived up to its culinary promise.
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  • In reality I think both will struggle to have any impact as neither have lived up to the initial hype that surrounded their release.
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  • Saturday's game against Leicester never really lived up to the pre-match hype.
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  • He was a man of barbaric aesthetic tastes, and Acre owes some of its public buildings to him: but he was also capricious and tyrannical, and well lived up to his surname.
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  • This mascara not only lived up to its hype, it also lasted the day without a single smudge and was very comfortable on my sensitive eye area.
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  • On StudentsReview, one student noted that not all of the classes lived up to expectations, and that even after many complaints, the professor was not made to stick to guidelines.
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  • The sequels and the 3-D version never lived up to what the original movie provided: unadulterated fear.
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  • The American Council on Exercise performed a study in 2010 to determine whether kettlebell routines lived up to their hype.
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  • It is perhaps inevitable that nothing could have lived up to the expectations that fans, the media and the general movie-goers developed.
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