The answer to your question is yes, though your examples are all wrong and wouldn't even make sense if you placed the pronoun between the verb and the preposition.
Some correct examples:
'When I come to Albania I'll look you up.'
'He picked us up at the airport.'
'Are you still smoking? I gave that up last year.'
'Is the match still on? No - they've called it off.'
'Are your boots still on? We've taken ours off.'
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