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"All the Way Up" is a 2009 pop rock single performed by actress/singer Emily Osment from her debut extended play, All the Right Wrongs. It was released on August 25, 2009 as the lead single from the album. The song was co-written by Emily Osment and Anthony Fagenson, and was produced by James Maxwell Collins. Lyrically, Osment stated she wanted the song to be about "breaking out" and that "a lot of kids can relate to that". Musically, "All the Way Up" is an uptempo pop-rock song, which influences from other genres as well, mainly rock and indie rock.

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  1. "All the Way Up" is a 1970 British comedy film directed by James MacTaggart based on Semi-Detached, a 1962 play by Midlands dramatist David Turner. It stars Richard Briers, Warren Mitchell, Pat Heywood, Kenneth Cranham, Adrienne Posta and Elaine Taylor.
  2. "All the Way Up" is a 2010 comedy-drama short film written by Ben Sweet and directed by Sir David Jason.
    • country: United Kingdom
    • language: English Language
    • released in (5 years ago)

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Google previewArmy of Two (2010)

by Ingrid Weaver

All the way up means it's safe. One notch down means full ...

Google previewThe Seaman's Manual, containing a treatise on practical seamanship, with plates; a dictionary of sea terms; customs and usages of the merchant service; laws relating to the practical duties of master and mariner (1851)

by Richard Henry DANA (Author of “Two Years before the Mast.”.), John Hoskins BROWN

The lanyards, dead-eyes, and turnings-in of the rigging in the channels, should always be protected by Scotchmen when at sea, and the forward shroud should be matted or battened all the way up to the futtockstaves. In some smaller ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Television News (1999)

by Michael D. Murray

a lengthy battle all the way up to the Supreme Court. The process was slow, in part because the laws had not kept up with society's technological advances and so the existing laws were not applicable to the uniqueness of the case.

Google previewNuclear Energy Encyclopedia (2011)

Science, Technology, and Applications by Thomas B. Kingery

Nuclear energy is perhaps the most regulated power industry with monitoring and regulation ranging from local and national levels all the way up to international monitoring organizations. Many aspects of nuclear energy are highly political.

Google previewEncyclopedia and Utopia (1996)

The Life and Work of Otto Neurath (1882-1945) by E. Nemeth, Friedrich Stadler

all the way up to the 19th century.

Google previewNew International Encyclopedia of Bible Difficulties (2011)

by Gleason L. Archer, Jr.

After the Danite search committee had surveyed the entire land all the way up to southern Phoenicia (modern Lebanon), they chose the prosperous and peaceful city of Laish as the most attractive prospect for settlement. The armed troops ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Data Warehousing and Mining, Second Edition (2008)

by Wang, John

With metrics, the software development team is able to evaluate, understand, monitor and control a software product or its development process from original specifications all the way up to implementation and customer usage. In the software ...

Google previewThe nautical gazetteer; or, Dictionary of maritime geography (1847)

by Nautical gazetteer

It continues the same breadth, or a little wider, all the way up to the public wharf ...

Google previewCyclopædia of Australasia; Or, Dictionary of Facts, Events, Dates, Persons, and Places Connected with the Discovery, Exploration, and Progress of the British Dominions in the South (1881)

From the Earliest Dawn of Discovery in the Southern Ocean to the Year 1881 by David Blair

the next day a fair wind drove the lucky Enterprise up into the basin at Melbourne ; the Captain reporting three fathoms all the way up and in one part of the basin seven and a half fathoms of water, viz. from the junction up and into the basin.

Google previewThe London encyclopaedia (1829)

or Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, comprising a popular view of the present state of knowledge

they take off all those which appear upon the body of the tree, from the bottom all the way up to those which are left to form the head of the tree ; and for several years after, at the seasons above mentioned, they take care to open the heads of ...

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Once in high school, I completely over plucked my left eyebrow all the way up to where you're not supposed to. I had no idea what I was doing and it looked terrible! My mom was like ""What did you do to yourself?"" I was so embarrassed. (Ashley Tisdale)
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