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she came in from the cold with her bold, brazen, out-spoken, take on the world positive attitude.Speaking her mind, daring to take on/face challenges, speaking up and speaking out, not staying shut to anyone, ready/willing to face whatever life/anyone dishes out to her.Rate it:

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health is wealthIf you don't have your health you have nothingRate it:

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ill healthA state of illness, or bad health.Rate it:

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beauty sleepSleep before midnight, on the belief that early sleep hours conduce to health and beauty.[1].Rate it:

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you can catch more flies with honey than with vinegarIt's easier to persuade others with polite requests and a positive attitude than with rude demands and negativity.Rate it:

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cannon fodderMilitary personnel who are regarded as expendable when attacking the enemy.Rate it:

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enquire afterTo ask about the health of someone.Rate it:

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fit as a lopIn good health, fitness.Rate it:

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inquire afterTo ask about the health of someone.Rate it:

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measure twice and cut once(literally, carpentry) One should double-check one's measurements for accuracy before cutting a piece of wood; otherwise it may be necessary to cut again, wasting time and material.1872, "Dressmaking," Hall's Journal of Health, vol. 19, no. 12, p. 280:Look at Carpenters! . . . In old times it was a proverb "Measure twice, and cut once."(figuratively, by extension) Plan and prepare in a careful, thorough manner before taking action.2008, Hilary Johnson, "Mergers rattle bank relations," Financial Week, 9 Nov. (retrieved 9 Nov. 2008):Mr. Paz noted that since the onset of the credit crisis, eBay, like other companies, hasnRate it:

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alive and kickingHealthy; vital; in good health, particularly in opposition to unfavorable circumstances.Rate it:

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ask afterTo enquire about the health or progress (of someone).Rate it:

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at death's doorAbout to die; in a life-threatening state of health.Rate it:

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atomic cocktailA drinkable liquid containing a radioactive substance, used in health care either as a diagnostic aid or as a treatment, especially for cancer of the thyroid.Rate it:

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baptism by fireA change in initial attitude or ideals through a traumatic situation.Rate it:

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beer musclesAn aggressive attitude resulting from consumption of an alcoholic beverage.Rate it:

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burn one's candle at both endsTo work extremely or excessively hard; to work too hard for good health or peace of mind.Rate it:

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canary in a coal mineSomething whose sensitivity to adverse conditions makes it a useful early indicator of such conditions; something which warns of the coming of greater danger or trouble by a deterioration in its health or welfare.Rate it:

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chip on one's shoulderA habitually combative attitude, usually because of a harboured grievance, sense of inferiority, or having something to prove.Rate it:

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clean houseTo reform by removing undesirable personnel and procedures.Rate it:

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dead woodPersonnel no longer contributing to an organization.Rate it:

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don't dilly-dally aroundDilly-Dally' Means To approach A Task Or Challenge With An Attitude Of Playfulness, Very Relaxed, Unimportant Viewpoint, 'Whatever? ? ? ?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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feel oneselfTo feel comfortable or normal; to be in one's usual mood or state of health.Rate it:

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fit as a fiddlePerfectly fit; in excellent health.Rate it:

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fit as a Mallee bullto be in good physical health. The Mallee is a major region for Australia's beef production in western Victoria.Rate it:

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fountain of youthAnything reputed to have the power to restore health and vitality or to restore a youthful appearance.Rate it:

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front and centerA command to come to the center of attention of an assemblage, as of military personnel or students.Rate it:

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go with the flowTo act as others are acting, conforming to common behavior patterns with an attitude of calm acceptance.Rate it:

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have one's head readTo have one's mental health assessed, to receive a psychiatric examination.Rate it:

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healthy as a horseIf you're as healthy as a horse, you're strong and in a very good health condition.Rate it:

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heart of goldA kind, compassionate, or caring attitude; kindheartedness.Rate it:

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in the pinkIn very good health.Rate it:

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middle of the roadHaving a centrist attitude or philosophy; not extreme, especially politically.Rate it:

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of one mindHaving the same viewpoint, opinion, or attitude; in agreement.Rate it:

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prime of lifeThe period of one's mature life when one is at a peak of health and performance.Rate it:

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skeleton crewThe minimum number of personnel needed to operate and maintain an item at its most simple operating requirements, such as a ship or business, during an emergency or shut down, and at the same time, to keep vital functions operating.Rate it:

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socialized medicineAn umbrella term for any system of government-run health care.Rate it:

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spring in one's stepEnthusiasm, energy or a positive outlook or cheerful attitude.Rate it:

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stand down!Maintain your existing or extant; position, posture, stance, readiness, alertness, presence, attitude, 'in-action for the moment', await further orders, maintain your security, post lookouts, maintain silent awareness, maintain all weapons 'at the ready', maintain radio silence, maintain communication with 'intelligence officer', expect the unexpected, remember the 'last order' becomes THE 'FIRST ORDER', officers maintain semblance of calm, unit prepares iFOR Immediate acceptance, ALL COMMAND STAFF remind and instill sense of loyalty, split second response to orders without question as to personal viewpoint!Rate it:

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stick byto follow or adhere to somebody or something, to remain loyal and unswerving in one's attitude towards somebody or somethingRate it:

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throw a sickieTo take a day off from work, supposedly because of ill health. The illness could be either real or feigned.Rate it:

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what me worryAs an interrogatory, indicative of a nonchalant attitude towards potential criticism, not caring about what other people think, confident and self-possessed.Rate it:

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