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up·well

 (ŭp-wĕl′)
intr.v. up·welled, up·well·ing, up·wells
To rise from a lower or inner source; well up: tears upwelling in my eyes.

upwell

(ʌpˈwɛl)
vb (intr)
to well up

up•well

(ʌpˈwɛl)

v.i.
to well up.
[1880–85]
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- Salt Lake City, Utah-based chronic conditions-focused provider of healthcare services, support, and solutions UpWell Health has hired two executives to support its rapid growth as it expands market share, the company said.
WHOEVER grabs glory in the egg and spoon race at Upwell Primary's sports day probably won't have their parents cheering them on.
The party failed to make anticipated gains in a number of seats across the country, but the vote for incumbent MP JennyWillott held upwell in a constituency the party was never expected to lose.
It sets upwell for me and it'salwaysnice to come back to a place where you've done well," said the Ulsterman, who has not had a single top 10 finish since his viS ctory 12 months ago.
Meanwhile, Lee Mair will continue his comeback bid in today's reserve clash with Inverness after standing upwell in the half hour he played as a substitute at the weekend.
Pregnant Stacy Ellington, of Upwell, Norfolk, was in a car being driven on the correct side of the road by boyfriend David Loasby.
Almost 1,500 bars of the class C drug was found in a van at Upwell, near the Cambridgeshire border.
Product: Virgin Vie Wakey Wakey Body WashPrice: pounds 8.50 Ease of use: Lathers upwell but if you're not careful too much comes out in one go.
Janice Sheridan, 45, and her mother Constance were found stabbed to death at their isolated home in Upwell, Norfolk, in January.
At UpWell, he will lead the technology, information technology, pharmacy operations, and project management teams.
Murtagh said: "At the top of the straight I asked him to extend on a long rein and he quickened upwell.
Stacey, of Upwell, Cambs, was seriously injured and doctors were unable to save her child.