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After All Is Said And Done »
(when things are calmer; after some time passes and all of this activity is finished...)

After Hours »
(the time after the place is closed...)

After The Fact »
(after the thing already happened...)

Take After Someone »
(be similar to that person...)

Take Off After Someone Or Something »
(leave in a hurry to catch them...)

Year After Year »
(It continues to happen every year...)

At Long Last »
(after a long time without it...)

Back In Circulation »
(one is seen again after being gone for a long time...)

Back To Back »
(one thing happens immediately after the other thing...)

Be The Straw That Broke The Camel's Back »
(the last thing that happened after which one said "no more"...)

Carry On Without Someone Or Something »
(continue working after one is gone...)

Carrying It A Bit Too Far »
(still doing that thing after you should stop...)

Ease Off On It »
(let go after pushing too hard...)

Find Someone Guilty »
(decide that one is guilty, after looking at the evidence...)

Find Someone Innocent »
(decide that one is innocent, after looking at the evidence...)

Fresh As A Daisy »
(feeling fresh and clean; the way one feels after bathing...)

From This Day On »
(starting today, and including every day after today...)

Get A Charley Horse »
(a painful spot on one's thigh after getting hit...)

Get Along Without Someone Or Something »
(one is able to continue after the other is gone...)

Get Back Into Circulation »
(begin to go out and see others after not having gone out for some time...)

Get Back On One's Feet »
(able to move around after having been unable to walk due to sickness or injury...)

Get Better »
(feel well again after being sick...)

Get Well »
(become healthy after being sick...)

He Got A Black Eye »
(the area around his eye is colored from a bruise after being hit...)

If It's Not One Thing, It's Another »
(too many things are going wrong, one after another...)

In Single File »
(standing in line; waiting one person after another person...)

On Second Thought »
(after thinking, one has a different idea...)

Take A Load Off One's Feet »
(to sit down and rest after standing or walking for a long time...)

Thunder »
(the sound that comes from big clouds in the sky, often after flash of lightning or during rain...)

Time Will Tell »
(after some time passes, we will know; we will find out in the future...)

When All Is Said And Done »
(After people are done talking and we can see the result...)



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