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don't drive faster than your guardian angel can flyDriving (a vehicle) very fast is a dangerous act.
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drive offTo force to leave or go away.
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drive outOut of somewhere.
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drive awayTo force someone or something to leave.
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drive awayTo depart by driving a vehicle.
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drive homeTo push to or into a target.
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drive homeWith tangible or powerful demonstration.
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drive one up the wallTo make a person very angry or bored; to infuriate.
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drive someone crazyto cause insanity onto someone
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drive someone crazyto annoy or irritate
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drive someone crazyto cause to be infatuated
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drive someone up the wallTo make a person very angry or bored; to infuriate.
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drive the porcelain busTo vomit, especially while drunk or hung over.
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drive-by mediaMedia professionals who "spray" a bunch of repetitive misstatements, mistaken and misinterpreted news reports to cause excitement and confusion. They then figuratively "drive off" leaving the cleanup of their mess and hysteria to others, to correct and properly explain and interpret.
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Sussex DriveA street in Ottawa, the location of the official residence of the prime minister of Canada.
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Sussex DriveThe Canadian prime minister or the government.
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assembly linemass production system
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bottom lineThe final balance; the amount of money or profit left after everything has been tallied.
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bottom lineThe summary or result; the most important information; the upshot; the net-net.
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bottom of the lineThe worst, the most lackluster, or lowest quality currently on the market, especially among selections in a product line.
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bright lineA clear distinction in the context of a legal or moral judgment.
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bright-line ruleA clear-cut, easy to make decision.
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bright-line ruleA clearly defined rule or standard, comprised of objective factors, which leaves little or no room for varying interpretation.
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cross the lineTo cross the equator, as a vessel at sea.
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cross the lineTo overstep a boundary, rule, or limit; to go too far or do something unacceptable.
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double vertical lineUsed other than as an idiom: see double, vertical, line.
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double vertical lineThe typographical character ‖; a symbol composed of two closely spaced line-height vertical lines.
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down the lineFurther along, in terms of time or progress.
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draw a lineTo delimit a boundary or border.
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draw a line in the sandTo lay down a challenge; to provide a test of commitment (often one which carries a high risk) to a cause.
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draw a line in the sandTo create a real or artificial boundary or distinction between (two places, people or things).
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draw a line in the sandTo indicate the threshold or level above which something will become unacceptable or will provoke a response; to create a boundary and imply or declare that its crossing will provoke a (negative) response.
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draw the lineTo set a boundary, rule, or limit, especially on what one will tolerate.
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drop a lineA note or telegram.
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drop a lineOn the telephone.
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drop somebody a lineTo write, call or visit somebody.
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drop someone a lineWrite and send (someone) a note or telegram.
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end of the lineFinal cessation or discontinuance of a process, institution, or person, especially one which has existed for a considerable period of time; death.
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end of the lineThe termination point of a railway or similar transportation system.
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fall in lineC. 2004, Career Soldiers, "Won't Waste My Life".
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fall in lineTo submit to the rules of a higher authority; obey; conform.
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fine lineA difference, albeit vague and difficult to discern.
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firing lineThe line from which soldiers fire their weapons at a target; especially the front line of troops in a battle
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firing lineA row of shooters
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firing lineThe vanguard of an activity
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give a person lineto allow a person more or less liberty until it is convenient to stop or check him/her, like a hooked fish that swims away with the line
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hold the lineTo firmly maintain one's viewpoint, principles, or situation; to refuse to change one's practices or plans.
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hook line and sinkercompletely
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hook, line and sinkerNaively or unquestioningly.
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in lineOn a queue; waiting one's turn for something.
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