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  1. Oxford Dictionary of Idioms. uses cookies to personalize content, tailor ads and improve the user experience. By using our site, you agree to our ...

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  4. Q: at the club と in the club はどう違いますか? A: Its the same for larger places but in general, the larger the place, the more information you need to give. 'at the airport' means you are where the airport is, inside or outside or anywhere around it.

  5. Answer (1 of 5): The way I have interpreted it is to let others underestimate you and continue to let them do so, all while you're playing at a higher game they aren't even aware of, so that when they think that they have you and yell “king me!”, you can look at them and reply with the unexpected...

  6. Oct 02, 2018 · On September 11, 2001, thanks to Osama bin Laden’s precision air assaults on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, they got their wish ― what screaming newspaper headlines promptly called “a new day of infamy” or “the Pearl Harbor of the twenty-first century.”.

  7. Wombash ( talk) 16:13, 10 June 2020 (UTC) [ reply] Not limited to French. Apparently adding hyphenation causes the phrase to be categorized by syllable count. I think hyphenating the phrase a closed mouth gathers no feet (for example) is not useful, and classifies it as a "7-syllable word" which is bad.

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