A ghost of color was going up her throat, staining her cheeks.
She was just going up to the door when she heard her husband's cry.
We are always, metaphorically, going up or coming down in a balloon.
A Londoner always says he's going up the river or down the river or on the river.
"Clark and I was going up to the Injun camp," spoke up Gene.
I'm a going up, soon as I've got the things on the line and cleaned myself.
A word of prayer, to be helped to bear, was going up to the throne of God.
That is the gathering cry which is going up from every nation.
I would to-day if I were going up there, and Mrs. Mason would give me some sandwiches.
Now, Ed., when she does come again I want you to keep anyone else from going up there.