What is the past tense of land up at?

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The past tense of land up at is landed up at.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of land up at is lands up at.

The present participle of land up at is landing up at.

The past participle of land up at is landed up at.

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I landed up at San Francisco around noon local time and then was led to the serpentine queue where visitors to the promised land were lined up.
The fight got uglier when her husband and friend reached the spot and they all landed up at the police station.
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