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Every shake-up we have somebody wants to fire him, or pension him off.

There had indeed been a “shake-up” on the nine the day of the game.

"It can't be quite the same after so universal a shake-up," I objected.

Rather a shake-up, though, and I was dizzy with the heat before.

"There's been a shake-up in our combination," he remarked casually to Fyfe.

It seemed as if the shake-up at Plympton had shaken all the nonsense out of Lemuel Fogg.

The request for her resignation from the other team had not specially troubled Robin, knowing that a shake-up was imminent.

Ranger would not go down slowly and the shake-up she received was unpleasant.

A panic occurred among the mill operatives at the time of the shake-up, but nobody was hurt in the stampede from the mill.

A recent reform wave in Chicago had caused a shake-up in the police department, most disturbing to the preying powers.

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