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sticking-placeThe point at which a process or thing, especially a state of mind or emotion, reaches its greatest strength and remains steadfast; sticking point.
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final resting placegrave
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out of placeAmongst all those horsey people I felt quite out of place.
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out of placeNot in the proper situation or arrangement, or inappropriate for the circumstances.
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out of placeShe comes in out of the storm with not a hair out of place.
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all over the placeEverywhere, especially chaotically or in such a way as to make a mess.
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all over the placeInconsistent; lacking a clear pattern.
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in the first placeTo begin with; earlier; first; at the start.
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between a rock and a hard placeHaving the choice between two unpleasant or distasteful options; in a predicament or quandary.
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put somebody in his placeTo bring somebody down; to humble or insult.
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there's no place like homeone feels the most comfortable at home
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dash offTo leave a place quickly or briefly.
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don't shit where you eat(idiomatic, vulgar) One should not cause trouble in a place, group, or situation in which one regularly finds oneself.1998 April 14, Nelson Navarro, "Ever faithful, ever true," Manila Standard (Philippines) (retrieved 12 Aug. 2011):The guiding principle is Don't shit where you eat. Office romances are always destructive of morale and objectivity.2003 Oct. 8, Jonathan Valania, "Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Pussy," Philadelphia Weekly (retrieved 12 Aug. 2011):Limbaugh was scheduled to deliver the keynote speech at the NAB convention in, of all places, Philadelphia, thus violating the cardinal law of the animal kingdom: Don't shit where you eat.2006 Sept. 19, Michael Musto, "NY Mirror," Village Voice (retrieved 12 Aug. 2011):Mitchell refused to indulge in on-set romances with either gender. "You don't shit where you eat," he told me, plainly.
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lose trackTo forget one's train of thought or temporarily misplace an item or its place in a sequence.
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put backTo return something to it's original place.
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put inTo place inside.
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put onTo place upon or atop.
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ring inTo make a phone call to one's usual place of work.
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back of beyondA very remote place.
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come aboutTo come to pass; to develop; to occur; to take place; to happen.
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come backTo return to a place.
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coop upTo confine in a restricted place or situation.
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eat outTo dine at a restaurant or such public place.
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go backTo return to a place.
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go downTo descend; to move from a higher place to a lower one.
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go downTo take place, happen.
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keep outTo refrain from entering a place or condition.
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keep out ofTo stay away from a place or condition.
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lock upTo close all doors and windows of a place securely.
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move onTo leave somewhere for another place.
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pour outTo leave a place quickly, and in large numbers.
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put awayTo store away, place out of the way, clean up, or organize.
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put downTo set down, stop carrying, or place in a low location.
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put downTo place a baby somewhere to sleep.
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sneak offTo leave a place, or a meeting, without being seen or heard.
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take awayTo remove something and put it in a different place.
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between scylla and charybdisSimilar in meaning to between a rock and a hard place.
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bring aboutTo cause to take place.
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keep outTo restrain someone or something from entering a place or condition.
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keep out ofTo restrain someone or something from entering a place or condition.
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lay downTo lie down; to place oneself in a reclined or horizontal position, on a bed or similar, for the purpose of resting.
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lay offTo place all or part of a bet with another bookmaker in order to reduce risk.
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move outTo vacate one's place of residence.
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put upTo place in a high location.
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rock upTo turn up to a place or function unexpectedly, or without notice or prior warning.
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run awayTo leave home, or other place of residence, usually unannounced, or to make good on a threat, with such action usually performed by a child or juvenile.
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spread outTo place items further apart.
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thieve outTo walk out of a place stealthily.
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been there, done thatAn assertion that the speaker has personal experience or knowledge of a particular place or topic and is now bored.
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a rolling stone gathers no mossA person who never settles in one place will never be successful.A person who does not keep active will grow mouldy.
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