even up

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But even up here in the mountains the harbor reached with its cold embrace.

Even up to the moment of his experiment he was not quite certain.

In eleven days it took $1,500 more than my profits to even up my accounts.

Some fine day he means to get you when you're not thinking, and even up all scores.

Even up to the point of putting the rope on, Lancey would not believe.

Besides, was she not in a measure justified in wishing to even up their scores?

It was “all in the game,” and, in the long run, things would about even up.

No one was in sight, though she looked all about and even up in the tree.

"Cos I know 'em and I've got some old scores to even up with them," was the rejoinder.

But even if he wins to-morrows game, that will only even up the Series.

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