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year in, year outDuring every year; always.
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crawl over each otherTo compete with others eagerly or fiercely in pursuit of the same goal(s).
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each to his ownEveryone is entitled to their own opinion or tastes.My housemate is a strict vegan. I personally could never not eat meat, but each to his own.
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to each his ownEvery person is entitled to his or her personal preferences and tastes.
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big yearan informal competition among birdwatchers to see who can see or hear the largest number of species of birds within a single calendar year and within a specific geographical area.
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big yearUsed other than as an idiom: see big, year.
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leap yearPeriod of 366 days
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salad yearThe inexperienced, youthful prime of an individual, group, organization or entity.
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year dotA very long time ago, from the beginning or as far back as one can remember.
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Whos Your Waiter Last Year?Whos Your Waiter Last Year?
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agree to disagreeTo tolerate each other's opinion and stop arguing; to acknowledge that an agreement will not be reached.
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all and sundryEach one.
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and his motherServes as an intensifier for an inclusive noun or phrase such as everyone, anyone, each someone or all someones.
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at cross-purposesMutually misunderstanding each other's plans, intentions or meanings.
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bat a thousandTo achieve success at each attempt.
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black triangleOne of a class of triangle-shaped unidentified flying objects, usually with a light in each corner.
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cat and mouseA relationship in which two parties closely monitor and challenge one another in a suspicious or self-protective manner, often because each party is attempting to gain an advantage over the other.
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cat and mouse gameTwo individuals and/or groups repeatedly keeping check on each other in a suspicious or self-protective way, often with the goal of one or both parties trying to gain a malicious advantage over the other.
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Catholic twinssiblings born within twelve months of each other.
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chain reactionA series of events, each one causing the next.
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checks and balancesA system for multiple parties wherein each has some control over the actions of each of the others.
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correlation does not imply causation(statistics) The observed correlation between two parameters, say, the growth of a market and the growth of a neighbor's child may, in fact, have nothing to do with each other's causation.
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cross swordsUsed other than as an idiom: see cross, sword., to place or hold two swords so they cross each other.
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cry for helpIn her second year at the school Alexis stopped doing her homework and would often scribble on walls. Her teachers wondered whether this was a cry for help, or if she was simply misbehaving.
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every secondEvery other; each alternate.
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every timeAt each occasion that.
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face offThe starting point, in a match of ice hockey. Two players face each other, for snatching the puck.
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feeding frenzyA wild, turbulent situation in which multiple sharks or other predatory fish attack one or more edible creatures simultaneously, in competition with each other.
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flunk outOften requiring a retaking of the course or academic year.
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Four Horsemen of the ApocalypseFour beings in Revelation 6:1-8 that bring about the Apocalypse, each riding a different-colored horse representing a different aspect of the Apocalypse.
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go togetherOf two people, to accompany each other (e.g. to an event).
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house of cardsA structure made by laying cards perpendicularly on top of each other.
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like two peas in a podvery similar; a couple made for each other
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many happy returnsA greeting, usually for birthdays, in reference to the passing year; Happy birthday!.
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match made in heavenA marriage that is likely to be happy and successful because the two people are very compatible with each other.
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match made in hellA marriage that is likely to be unhappy or abusive and unsuccessful because the two people are very incompatible with each other.
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montha collection of days make up a month, there are 12 months in a year, or 56 weeks in a year, or 365 days in a year
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morning personA person whose who wakes up without difficulty early each morning and who is alert and active during the first part of the day.
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oil and waterTwo things which are incapable of mixing or coexisting harmoniously with each other.
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one and allEach one.
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one anotherUsed of a reciprocal relationship among a group of more than two people or things; compare each other.
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one anothereach other
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one step at a timeSlowly and carefully, ensuring that each action has been completed successfully before taking the next.
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one thousandUsed in a common chronometric counting scheme, in which each iteration is sequentially numbered and supposed to be approximately one second in length.
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ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny(biology, social sciences, art, philosophy) The physical, cultural, moral, or intellectual development of each individual passes through stages similar to the developmental stages of that individual's species, society, or civilization.1905, J. A. Harris, "The Importance of Investigations of Seedling Stages," Science, New Series, vol. 22, no. 554, p. 186:With reference to seedling stages the statement that ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny must be made with great reserve.1961, M. E. Wolfgang, "Pioneers in Criminology: Cesare Lombroso (1835-1909)," The Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology, and Police Science, vol. 52, no. 4, p. 367:Haeckel maintained that ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny, and this idea was incorporated by Lombroso into his parallelism between the criminal and the child.2002, B. S. Jackson, "Models in Legal History: The Case of Biblical Law," Journal of Law and Religion, vol. 18, no. 1, p. 11:For even if we accept that "ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny," those responsible for the drafting of ancient legal documents were not children, and are hardly to be endowed with some form of infantile mentality.
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open seasonA period of time during the calendar year when authorities within a jurisdiction permit the unrestricted hunting of one or more kinds of animal wildlife.
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phone tagA situation in which two individuals attempting to contact each other by telephone repeatedly do not get a live person and instead trade messages, such as by voice mail.
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pileupa collection of Jumbled vehicles, piled atop each other as a result of any number of untoward, unsafe vehicle operation or environmental factors occurring on a roadway, street, freeway, railway:
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Russian rouletteA deadly game in which a person loads a single bullet in the cylinder of a revolver, spins the cylinder so that the location of the bullet is unknown, points the weapon at his/her head, and pulls the trigger. In its most lethal form, played by multiple participants each of whom takes a turn until the weapon discharges.
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Santa's workshopThe mythical structure, usually envisioned as located at the North Pole, where Santa Claus and a large number of capable elves work tirelessly and gladly year-round to produce all of the toys and other gifts to be delivered throughout the world on Christmas Day.
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