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up- +"Ž start
I decided that I would show this young upstart how to attack a good bend.
Because if this brash young upstart is to be believed, acquiring these hard-won skills is now an easy matter.
I do n't actually give a shit if you think I 'm a cheeky upstart and have no right to comment.
Some residents at the time regarded the Pavilion as a ' new fangled upstart of a cinema '.
The British press was nasty, seeing it as a battle of class -- an English gentleman against an American Jewish woman upstart.
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