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continued on page 94Alternative form of continued page 94Rate it:

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continued page 94Indicates that the text could continue indefinitely; and so on ad infinitum.Rate it:

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to be continuedUsed at the end of an episode to indicate that the story continues in the next episode.Rate it:

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to be continuedUsed to indicate that a story under discussion has not concluded, either in narration or in reality.Rate it:

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a page turnerA story, a book, an article of great interest can become a page turner.Rate it:

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front page newsFront page news is an expression of surprise or of such extraordinary consequence or concept so as to be considered worthy of a front page newspaper note.Rate it:

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on the same pageThinking Alike, On the same subject, On the same trackRate it:

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page downTo scroll down to the next page of content.Rate it:

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page inTo transfer from auxiliary storage.Rate it:

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page outTo transfer to auxiliary storage.Rate it:

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page upTo scroll up to the previous page of content.Rate it:

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turn the pageTo move on to new involvements or activities; to make a fresh start.Rate it:

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turn the pageTo proceed to the next page in a book.Rate it:

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from cover to coverAll the way to the last page.Rate it:

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that's the way life isThat is the way things happenCertain things cannot be changed, helped or improved; struggle and objection are pointless.1935, Louis Bromfield, The Man Who Had Everything, page 279:That's the way life is, and there's no use trying to go against it.1979, Jay Edward Abrams, A Theology of Christian Counseling: More Than Redemption, ISBN 0310511011, page 45:There are no standards, no values; that's the way life is. Learn to accept it and slide with it. Stop fighting it.2002, B. Eugene Ellison, Rings of the Templars, ISBN 059524050X, page 337:Shit happens; that's the way life is. In fact, I want you to take an additional thousand for your efforts.Rate it:

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a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go downAn otherwise unpleasant situation can be pleasant when a pleasant aspect is deliberately introduced.1999, Eli Yassif, The Hebrew Folktale: History, Genre, Meaning, Indiana University Press, ISBN 0253335833, page 372,One is known as the "sweetening parable," that is to say a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. Thus, when the aim is to preach to the people, to guide them along the "bitter," arduous path of upholding burdensome precepts and prohibitions, a tale can lighten the load, make the "medicine" easier "to swallow."2001, Maureen Reagan, First Father, First Daughter: A Memoir, Little, Brown, ISBN 0316736368, page 319,It put some fun into the tedious business of preparing for a presidential debate. A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, right?2004, John Hoover, How to Work for an Idiot: Survive & Thrive... Without Killing Your Boss, Career Press, ISBN 1564147045, page 11,If a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, a barrel of laughs can wash down the big pills you might need to swallow.Rate it:

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bed blockerAn elderly hospitalized person who is too infirm to return home but not sufficiently ill to necessitate continued hospitalization, creating a situation in which his or her hospital stay is prolonged while authorities or relatives search for a suitable placement amid the scarce resources of nursing homes or other long-term care facilities.Rate it:

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been to the rodeoN.d., Alan Neff, Precious Tribes, Vicious Lies, page 72.Rate it:

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break a sweat , Karon Karter - The Complete Idiots Guide to the Pilates Method page 119.Rate it:

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click throughTo click on a link in order to move to another page.Rate it:

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cont p.94Alternative form of continued page 94Rate it:

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cont p94Alternative form of continued page 94Rate it:

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cont. p.94Alternative form of continued page 94Rate it:

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cont. p94Alternative form of continued page 94Rate it:

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down the wrong alleyWe're not thinking Alike, We're not on the same page;Rate it:

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every cloud has a silver liningIn every bad situation there is an element of good1881, National Academy of Code Administration (U.S.), Folio, page 417:Every cloud has a silver lining; but in the old-fashioned meeting-houses every cloud of hymnal melody generally had a nasal lining before the congregation...1887, Shakers, Religion, page 36:that "a little reserve and thou'lt fail surely," will prove to be true in our experience. Every cloud has a silver lining and so has every sorrow,1918, George Jean Nathan, Performing Arts, page 222:But the most popular attitude toward what we may call "sad" plays is the peculiar one of believing that, since every cloud has a silver lining,Rate it:

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hit the headlinesTo appear prominently in the news, especially on the front page.Rate it:

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hunger is a good sauce(dated) Being hungry makes one less concerned about the taste of one's food.1854, Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman, Punch, Vol. XXVI, Punch Publications Ltd., page 74:His bread and cheese were somewhat dry, to be sure; his ale had become flat, and considerably warmer than was desirable; but hunger is a good sauce, and thirst is not particular.Rate it:

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indexa list of information and page numbers, where you can find the relevant informationRate it:

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knock-on effectThe continued running of an engine after the ignition has been turned off; dieseling.Rate it:

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life's a bitchAn expression of acceptance of misfortune.1950, Joy Davidman, Weeping Bay, page 184:She'd have been willing enough to use them, poor dead little bitch. Life's a bitch. Life's a bad joke.Rate it:

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lionThe arms of the University of the West Indies are Barry wavy of six Argent and Azure an open Book proper bound Gules garnished Or on a Chief of the third a Lion passant guardant Erminois. Crest: A Pelican proper. . See talk page.Rate it:

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proverbs come in pairsAlternative form of proverbs run in pairs.1979, Irving Howe, John Hollander, David Bromwich, Literature as Experience: An Anthology, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, ISBN 0155511130, page 325:Sometimes proverbs come in pairs, the first one providing the context, the second, the revision.Rate it:

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pure finderSomeone who collected dog faeces for sale to tanneries (which used it as a siccative for bookbinding leather). Undertaken by old women in Britain in the 18th century. (Reference: Robert Hughes, The Fatal Shore, 1987, paperback 1996 ISBN 1-86046-150-6 chapter 1 page 21.)Rate it:

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sign inTo take some action to access a secured program or web page on a computer; to log in.Rate it:

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sign outTo sign one's name as an indication that one is leaving some location; to take some action to indicate one is leaving a secured program or web page on a computer.Rate it:

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suite (of a serial story or article)Continuation; Continued.Rate it:

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the terrorists will have wonPhrase used following a description of an activity to indicate that if that activity is not continued or carried out, those who seek to disrupt normal activities through terror will have succeeded, an which is an unacceptable result.Rate it:

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volaille de merdeJean Rochefort : "On ne se voit pas demain alors ?" sur www.nouvelobs.com, 09 octobre1917, page consultée le 18 décembre 2018.Rate it:

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wear outTo cause to become damaged, useless, or ineffective through continued use, especially hard, heavy, or careless use.Rate it:

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wear outTo deteriorate or become unusable or ineffective due to continued use, exposure, or strain.Rate it:

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wear outTo exhaust; to cause or contribute to another's exhaustion, fatigue, or weariness, as by continued strain or exertion.Rate it:

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wear outTo become exhausted, tired, fatigued, or weary, as by continued strain or exertion.Rate it:

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wear out one's welcomeTo behave in an offensive, burdensome, or tiresome manner, with the result that one's continued presence is unwanted within a residence, commercial establishment, or social group.Rate it:

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wits' endA. 1911, John Muir, in John Muir and Michael P. Branch, John Muir's Last Journey: South to the Amazon and East to Africa, 2002, page 138.Rate it:

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המשך יבואTo be continued: used to indicate that a story will continue in a later installment.Rate it:

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未完待續to be continuedRate it:

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