1. Egyptian authorities have been trying to whip up support for a war on terror after the military overthrow of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi in 2013.
2. She vowed to whip up enough votes to strike down the changes before the first vote.
3. If we want to know the time, we whip out our phones.
4. So we had to put in place an extremely strong project director and give them a whip and a chair.
5. The whip marks on her back may last a lifetime.
6. The whip race will be decided Thursday afternoon immediately after the vote for majority leader.
7. Republican leaders, he argued, just could not seem to whip their representatives into line.