I will soon **come up with** you.

I’ve just **come up with** a great idea.

He can **come up with** any amount of money.

You will soon **come up with** him if you run.

I will **come up with** a solution to the problem.

I hope he will **come up with** a new and good idea.

I’ve made up my mind to **come up with** a better solution.

I choked! I should have **come up with** a proper plan first.

Where did he ever **come up with** the notion of opening a branch?

The heat is on the administration to **come up with** a new policy.

I can’t **come up with** a good excuse for being late for the dentist.

We need to **come up with** another plan, in case this one doesn’t work.

We need to **come up with** an alternate plan, in case this one doesn’t work.

Let’s have a contest.

The side to **come up with** the worst insult wins.

The boss told his secretary to **come up with** a good idea by the end of the week.

Experts have failed to **come up with** an explanation of why the explosion happened.

We seriously need to **come up with** a better marketing strategy to sell our products.

Where did you **come up with** the idea that I’m familiar with robotics and such I wonder?

Police have **come up with** a likely psychological profile of the suspected serial killer.

The police interviewed a number of witnesses, but weren’t able to **come up with** any new information.

You need to try to see the question from a number of different angles in order to **come up with** a proper solution.

After a six-month review of the program, analysts have **come up with** a number of recommendations for improving the system.

Let’s all think on this together and we might be able to **come up with** some good ideas.

They say two heads are better than one.

Frank is the head of the team that is trying to **come up with** a new marketing strategy, but the real brains behind the project is Sylvia.

I can only conclude that you knew you were doing something wrong because you have not **come up with** any satisfactory explanation for your behavior.

We have a general idea of what we want to achieve over the next couple of months, but have yet to a **come up with** a master plan for the company’s future.

E.

B.

White once noted that a candidate could easily commit political suicide if he were to **come up with** an unconventional thought during a presidential tour.

Boxer Muhammad Ali once said that only a man who knows what it is like to be defeated can reach down to the bottom of his soul, and **come up with** the extra ounce of power it takes to win when the match is even.

237521 Fortunately, software developers have **come up with** an answer.

The HSL has **come up with** a wish list of needed supplies and equipment.

It could be a day or two before we **come up with** something definitive.”

In place of Confucian wisdom, they’ve **come up with** more current wisdom.

Pictured is Shawn Blevins who helped Mrs. Cook **come up with** the recipe.

It’s a shame they didn’t **come up with** this beak-in-a-lab method sooner.

We **come up with** the topics together and then write them up, Ahmad says.

545830 Otherwise, they will have to **come up with** something on their own.

Click here to **come up with** a caption for this week’s Rob Tornoe cartoon.

Plant backpack – Artists have **come up with** their own take on the problem.

So, they’ve **come up with** a back-up plan: Draft Mitt Romney for president.

So instead of trying too hard to **come up with** ideas, let your mind wander.

“They’ve actually **come up with** rather more minor parties than I had in mind.

You need patience and horsepower to **come up with** solutions and to scale them.

That could make Internet providers less willing to **come up with** new services.

“You try to use logic and the facts and **come up with** some sort of conclusion.

“We have to take ownership of the problems and **come up with** local solutions.”

Read More The father of four also **come up with** a name for his trademark pizza.

877944 Ukraine should urge NATO members to **come up with** independent decisions.

However, TDSB chair Shaun Chen says it could take time to **come up with** a plan.

He also said the U.S. must appeal Obamacare and **come up with** a better solution.

414568 It’s not perfect, but I don’t trust them to **come up with** anything else.”

317629 I can **come up with** no other explanation for what he did,”” Metzner said.”

And we did **come up with** the first international agreement that China has signed.

Multiple deadlines in the past have failed to **come up with** a decisive agreement.

“Palestine will want to **come up with** a positive result to leave this competition.

It adjusted the numbers to **come up with** a “predicted survival” estimate for each.

But you can always **come up with** the right spin on it if you work on it,” he said.

But Jonkers has **come up with** an entirely new way of giving concrete a longer life.

The theft was so big that police haven’t **come up with** a value for what was stolen.

Be very honest with yourself in the business idea you **come up with**, Williams says.

791892 The safest storage we can **come up with** is central Antarctica and I like it.”

Of course, other evaluations have **come up with** different suggestions for retirement.

It’s very unique that an animal has **come up with** a way to target metabolism in prey.

“And it is really up to the Greek government to **come up with** far-reaching proposals.

The diplomats are trying to **come up with** a compromise to transform Syria’s body politic.

328731 If the provinces don’t **come up with** the money, there won’t be child-care spaces.”

This means the ABC could still **come up with** a constellation that would keep it in power.

750922 The MTA’s been trying to **come up with** new technology to help prevent these deaths.

“But we will continue to work with our partners to see if we can **come up with** a solution.

But now researchers in Australia say they may have **come up with** a simple way to treat it.

It didn’t take long for their many disappointed fans to **come up with** a reason why, though.

I believe that a full grown man, fully trained, could have **come up with** a better solution.

Facebook believes it’s **come up with** a way to stop the next Spam King before he even starts.

If that happens, there is a likelihood that you can **come up with** an infection.” said Tetro.

A lot of writers over the years have **come up with** different ideas for it, Witherspoon said.

321493 “I don’t know why, really, I suppose some psychologist could **come up with** something.

That is why I was so happy to see Black Enterprise **come up with** the BE MODERN MANinitiative.

“You never take it personal,” he said, adding that he loves seeing what people **come up with**.

“Even better, people just combine two words together, **come up with** a fake word, and use that.”

The troops are expected to contribute, think ahead and **come up with** proposals for politicians.

He urged governments and businesses to **come up with** big innovations to counter climate change.

I found myself being extremely tired and I couldn’t focus or **come up with** as many useful ideas.

The pilot cities have each **come up with** a rough plan for how they intend to approach the issue.

It’s a bipartisan problem, and they have to **come up with** a bipartisan solution, and they’re not.

The travel site looked at the quality and quantity of user reviews to **come up with** the rankings.

**come up with** ideas and let the school know will you.thanks! How would that make anything better?

Republicans and Democrats balked, saying the VA needed to **come up with** a different funding plan.

The assignment was to **come up with** a product that would improve the lives of one billion people.

To greet the guests with true Bavarian hospitality, the state has **come up with** a special welcome.

The president also says critics of the plan need to **come up with** a better alternative to the deal.

Honduras created several chances in the final 10 minutes but could not **come up with** the equalizer.

Drug officials now have until October 1 to **come up with** a new plan to tackle illicit coca growing.

The City of Dallas is rushing to **come up with** an emergency management plan for bigger earthquakes.

He says the group wants to **come up with** an action plan for supporting young people in Cape Breton.

Quebec will ask individual establishments to **come up with** an action plan for mental health services.

428875 I’ve **come up with** a good plan for Geneva County, if the Geneva County commission approves it.

Isn’t it possible to **come up with** a portable water treatment method, some way of screening? he asked.

But Indonesia is going to have to **come up with** a longer-term strategy that will include integration.”

The US has such a law, and what remains of the European Parliament is to **come up with** its own version.

“I don’t know why the Taipei City Police Department would **come up with** such a stupid policy,” Ko said.

The Duke and King **come up with** a scheme to make money (“The Royal Nonesuch”), tricking the townspeople.

Mavado’s manager defended the video, stating, “The concept that they came up with, where did they **come up with** that?

When Jinlong found out, he attempted to blackmail Ah Lin, but Ah Lin could not **come up with** the money, and went insane.

Childers knew he had to **come up with** something completely different to meet the demanding standards of Marine Force Recon and Navy SEALs.

Each week we’d try to best ourselves, see who could **come up with** more.

So if I **come up with** a name or something else, I look it up and see if it has already been used.

Morgan and Wong were asked to **come up with** a lower-key replacement, Vitaris, Paula (December 1995).

Chef Ramsay ended the challenge by instructing the teams to go to their dorms and **come up with** a team name.

The hat became so iconic that the filmmakers could only **come up with** very good reasons or jokes to remove it.

Since Nick is already financially challenged, he is going to have to use his imagination to **come up with** the money.

The series suffered a setback as the Pennsylvania and New York based fields were not able to **come up with** enough entrants.

” He was later told that another actor was already using the same name, and that he had to **come up with** a new one immediately.

Shekhar Subramanium ( Khan ), an employee of the company, faces his last chance to **come up with** a video game with a difference.

People enact community the way it is conceived and the meaning of community evolves as they **come up with** new ways to utilize it.

Their live shows are extraordinary and they always **come up with** the new ideas how to surprise their fans, and the fans love them.

Jim approached Nick at Nite with his reel and some promo ideas; he was brought on to TV Land to **come up with** a new promo campaign.

Members of such bands frequently perform in costume or masks and often **come up with** elaborate backstories in place of the acts actual backstory.

When Tweener fails to **come up with** anything Bellick deems as useful, he punishes Tweener by transferring him to a cell with a known rapist and ignores his pleas for help.

” And you need to **come up with** an answer, day after day.

Shenxiu tried hard but couldn’t **come up with** another verse.

All he needed was a hook, and he was struggling to **come up with** anything.