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Call The Shots ( make the decisions for oneself and others ... )

"Call The Shots"

"Calling the shots" is making the decisions that affect everyone.

Example: "I'm calling the shots here. You will do what I say."

The person who is "calling the shots" is the one who is making the decisions.

Example: "Don't ask me. You are the one calling the shots."

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