upto vs up to : Common Errors in English

About upto vs up to

Not upto alot lately? You might use some of your spare time memorizing the fact that “up to” is a two-word phrase, as is “a lot.”

up to Meaning(s)

  • (s) busy or occupied with
  • (s) having the requisite qualities for

upto in News

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up to in News

  1. Hoxworth Blood Center, Cincinnati Reds ask donors to step up to the plate

    CINCINNATI - The Hoxworth Blood Center is looking for donors to step up to the plate for Reds Week. The center has teamed up with the Cincinnati Reds and the University of Cincinnati to hold a summer blood drive at Great American Ball Park.
    on June 13, 2013 Source: The Kentucky Post

  2. Kenya to sell 5-, 10-yr bonds worth 20 bln shillings in June

    NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya will auction new five-year and 10-year Treasury bonds worth up to 20 billion shillings in June, the Central Bank of Kenya said on Thursday. Both papers will be auctioned on June 25 and will their coupons will be market-determined, the bank said. Kenya's last sale of a five-year bond in April fetched a weighted average yield of 12.892 percent, while the weighted average ...
    on June 13, 2013 Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News

  3. Royal Bank of Canada seeks wealth acquisitions valued up to C$5 billion: CFO

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Royal Bank of Canada could make wealth management acquisitions valued up to $5 billion, the bank's chief financial officer said on Wednesday. The bank is looking to add capacity in asset management on the equity side "given where the fixed-income cycle is," CFO Janice Fukakusa said at the Morgan Stanley U.S. Financials Conference in New York. "We're not betting the bank, so ...
    on June 13, 2013 Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News

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