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Today's Idiom = "A Place To Call Your Own"
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A Place To Call Your Own ( a place to live or work where you are the owner ... )

"A Place To Call Your Own"

When a man owns a place, he has a place to call his own.

Example: "After renting for all these years, I really want a place to call my own."

When the owner of a home or business is a woman, she has a place to call her own.

Example: "Wouldn't you like a place to call your own?"

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