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    Question Put On/Up

    "At trial, the attorney put on/up a lot of evidence."

    Would it be "on" or "up" here? Dictionaries seems to suggest "put on" and "put up" have some esoteric overlap in meaning.

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    Re: Put On/Up

    Quote Originally Posted by ShirleyLing View Post
    "At trial, the attorney put on/up a lot of evidence."

    Would it be "on" or "up" here? Dictionaries seems to suggest "put on" and "put up" have some esoteric overlap in meaning.
    I would use neither. I'd say 'produced'

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