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Bite Your Tongue »
(keep yourself from speaking...)

Get Over It »
(recover from...)

Give Him The Slip »
(to escape from that person...)

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

Off The Hook »
(free from a difficult situation...)

On The Same Page »
(different people are looking at an issue in the same way, as when reading from the same page...)

Skeletons In The Closet »
(secrets from your past which you try not to show to other people...)

With Your Back Up Against The Wall »
(restrained from acting as you would like...)

Word Of Mouth »
(news that travels from person to person...)



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