It's not a physical thing; my body's held up fine.
If you can't have faith in what is held up to you for faith, you must find things to believe in yourself, for a life without faith in something is too narrow a space to live.
Art is not a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which to shape it.
Industry sales have held up better than expected despite a backdrop of economic uncertainty, and we think this trend will characterize all of 2001.
I don't know why togetherness was ever held up as an ideal of marriage. Away from home for both, then together, that's much better.
I can't believe how well they've held up. They're tough girls, all of them. They lost an incredible friend.
I still love to play, and my body's held up well. That's basically it. I've been blessed to not have any major injuries, and I still love to compete.
We have worked together. We've held up our end.
It is not good is it, international cricket was held up because of other reasons, it is not good I have not seen that before in cricket in my three years (here).
Retail sales excluding autos and gas held up strongly, while industrial production advanced albeit at a less than expected pace. Both sets of numbers, however, are likely to weaken when the next round of monthly data comes in.
There were college girls who held up signs that said, 'kiss me, kiss me,' so I stopped and kissed them.
If you can't have faith in what is held up to you for faith, you must find things in yourself, for a life without faith in something is too narrow a place to live.
There were several cases where we were waiting several months (for a rental boat to become available) which held up the program.
My body has held up like I can barely believe.
Five men armed with handguns held up four security guards at the licensing department around 22:00 on Tuesday, robbing them of a 9mm gun and personal items.
The knee held up well and I felt like I made progress. Just finishing the course was a small victory for me.
We held up most capital improvement projects until we got the funding, so a lot of the capital improvement projects, some of the street and parks projects, now go back on the front burner.
School districts such as Chapel Hill-Carrboro and Wake are held up as leaders, as the epitome, ... Lee County is doing very well. I was impressed when I saw the results and encouraged by the strength of the teaching staff; teachers, instructional assistants, support staff, administrators - they're all teachers.
Considering all the things that have happened, he's held up pretty well ? maybe better than some people expected.
We've held up this long, ... I think we could hold up for another game or two.
Foreign investors are stepping up purchases of Japanese stocks and that is the main reason the market has held up so strongly in recent weeks.
The deal was, that I would kiss anyone who held up a sign for me *after* the show, not during. It was after the show. If you were waiting outside the arena or by my hotel where a lot of the fans were, I definitely gave a lot of autographs and kisses and pictures, and they're all on my website, I post all of them up. I asked my fans to send in the pictures that they took with me and I post them in my gallery.
When my number was called for first place, my mother held up the Australian flag so high and the cheers were overwhelming from the crowd, ... The news is being well received back in Australia, too. We've won on three continents.
They took people at face value. If you did your job or held up your end, and treated them with the passing respect they accorded you, you were all right.
The outlook for the banks has improved substantially in the past six months. Housing lending has held up better than expected and business lending has been very, very strong.