I am afraid that this prolific letter-writing will use up Garibaldi.
Use up all the tomatoes and crumbs in this way, letting the last layer be of crumbs.
Game's plenty, and so is fish, and we won't have to use up our provisions.
Page after page he runs on, seemingly with no other object than to use up time.
It is not wise, Susan, to use up so much energy and feeling in that way.
These crops form too stiff a sod and use up too much moisture.
"But the Spaniards may use up all their ammunition," he thought to himself.
They will use up a lot of it in a simian habit3 called travel.
They rush at a thing with a whoop and use up all their wind in that.
And use up what strength you have so that you could not even ride?