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Elvis has left the buildingA phrase used to announce the end of a show, usually one performed by an Elvis impersonator.Rate it:

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gut a buildingRemove, demolish, strip, rip-out. Tear-up, disconnect, eradicate.Rate it:

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position can be far left or right life to allow for tilting...You must allow tilting when photographing the subject.TRate it:

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be left holding the babyTo be left with the responsibility of resolving a problem.Rate it:

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exit stage leftAn orderly and uneventful departure, timed so as not to detract or distract.Rate it:

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exit stage leftTo exit or disappear in a quiet, non-dramatic fashion, making way for more interesting events.Rate it:

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exit stage leftLeave the scene, and don't make a fuss.Rate it:

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left and rightAll over the place; indiscriminately; frequently or excessively.Rate it:

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left fieldThe defensive position in the outfield to the left.Rate it:

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left fieldThe part of a baseball field which is beyond the infield and to your left if you stand on home plate and face the pitcher.Rate it:

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left, right and centerAll over the place; indiscriminately; frequently or excessively.Rate it:

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left-handed complimentA complimentary remark which is ambiguous or ineptly worded, so that it may be interpreted as having an unflattering or dismissive sense.Rate it:

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pick up where you left offto start up again in the very place that one has stopped.Rate it:

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reserved left hand seatleft seat on any airplane is reserved for the senior pilot {captain} or owner of aircraft'Rate it:

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two left feetExhibiting particular clumsiness, especially at dancing or at soccer.Rate it:

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it's a long road that has no turningencouragement when things are not going well. Just as a long road eventually has a turning, problems also eventually have a solution, even though one might have to wait.Rate it:

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every silver lining has a cloudEvery good situation has the potential to turn bad.2007, Diab A. Shetayh, Actuality : The Reality RequiemA great partnership isn't a self-maintaining entity. Perseverance and persistence make it thrive. For every silver lining has a cloud. Ignorance of this reality is not an option.Rate it:

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a lie has no legsYou can't get away with a lie, the truth will always come out.Rate it:

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boldly go where no man has gone beforeTo break new ground.Rate it:

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close the stable door after the horse has boltedTo attempt to prevent a problem only to find it has already happened.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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every dark cloud has a silver liningAlternative form of every cloud has a silver lining.Rate it:

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every dog has its dayEveryone has a time of success and satisfaction.Rate it:

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every jack has his jilleverybody will find someone to have a romantic relationship with at some point in their lifeRate it:

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every man has a priceEveryone can be bribed or corrupted for a certain price.Rate it:

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every rose has it's thornseverything, even if it seems perfect, has faultsRate it:

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every rule has an exceptionAlternative form of there is an exception to every rule.Rate it:

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has-beenA formerly popular or influential person whose popularity or effectiveness has peaked and is now in decline. Typically said of professionals or celebrities whose primary success is behind them.Rate it:

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success has many fathers, failure is an orphanMany will seek credit for success, few will accept responsibility for failure.Rate it:

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what has been seen cannot be unseenRepulsive, disturbing, or horrific sights can never be erased from memory once they have been seen.Rate it:

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adding machineA pocket calculator that has very few functions.Rate it:

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dead menThe ends of reefs left flapping instead of being tucked out of sight when a sail has been furled.Rate it:

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good as one's wordFaithful to a promise one has made.Rate it:

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if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nailWith limited tools, single-minded people apply them inappropriately or indiscriminatelyIf a person is familiar with a certain, single subject/has with them a certain, single instrument, they may have a confirmation bias to believe that it is the answer to/involved in everything.Rate it:

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if it quacks like a duck, waddles like a duck and looks like a duck, chances are it's a duckif something has all the attributes and appearances of being a certain thing, the probability exists that it is that thing.Rate it:

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put down forTo record that someone has offered to help, or contribute something.Rate it:

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virgin territoryLand that has never been explored or developed.Rate it:

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back outTo withdraw from something one has promised to do.Rate it:

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buzz upTo allow entrance into a building from a higher floor by triggering an electronic lock.Rate it:

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close offTo seal or block the entrance to a road, an area, or a building so that people cannot enter.Rate it:

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close upTo shut a building or a business for a period of time.Rate it:

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e pluribus unumA national motto of the United States of America, meaning "From many, one", or "out of many, one", referring to the integration of 13 independent colonies into one country, and that has taken an additional meaning, giving the pluralistic nature of American society from immigration.Rate it:

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go outTo leave, especially a building.Rate it:

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odd one outA visual puzzle where the guesser has to choose which word/picture/symbol etc. does not fit with the others.Rate it:

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pop outTo leave a room or building with the expectation of returning soon.Rate it:

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carry a torch for[2] To harbor feelings of love despite not being in a relationship; generally unrequited or after a relationship has ended, and sometimes implying secret feelings. There is the implication of keeping hope alive.Rate it:

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an uptown girlMany are hard pressed to understand uptown girl. I maintain she has street savvy, is not a pushover, maintains a high degree of persona, care and a reasonable degree of appropriate office fashion.Rate it:

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beg offTo avoid, or cancel some event that one has previously arranged with someone.Rate it:

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cry offTo cancel something that one has previously arranged with someone.Rate it:

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double upAfter a fly ball has been caught.Rate it:

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