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A Fool And His Money Are Easily Parted »
(foolish people lose money easily...)

All Bark (And No Bite) »
(acting aggressive but not willing to fight...)

An Arm And A Leg »
(a high price to pay...)

Fair And Fair Alike »
(the same rules should apply evenly to all...)

In(s) And Out(s) »
(the knowledge gained from experience...)

Out Of The Frying Pan (And Into The Fire) »
(to get out of a bad situation and end up in one that is even worse...)

The Pros And Cons »
(the reasons for and against it; the good and bad aspects...)

Tooth And Nail »
(to fight violently...)

Wine And Dine »
(to treat someone to expensive food and drink...)

All In The Same Boat »
(facing the same challenges and needing to work together...)

An About Face »
(turn around and face the opposite direction...)

Around The Block »
(been to different places and done different things...)

Head Over Heels »
(totally and uncontrollably in love...)

People Who Live In Glass Houses Should Not Throw Stones »
(don't criticize other people when you yourself have faults and weaknesses...)

Put Your Best Foot Forward »
(go ahead and give it your best try...)

Raise Cain »
(to disturb others and cause trouble...)

Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve »
(expressing your emotions freely and openly...)

When It Rains, It Pours »
(it hasn't happened for a long time, and then it happens all at once...)



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