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A Lost Cause »
(one will lose; it is impossible for that one to succeed; one has no chance to win; one should expect to lose; it will surely fail...)


Cause A Commotion »
(make a lot of noise and be noticed by others or bother others...)


Cause A Stir »
(cause people to look and ask questions or make comments...)


Cause Some Eyebrows To Raise »
(make people wonder what you are doing or ask why...)


Cause Some Tongues To Wag »
(do something that gives people reason to talk about you...)


Digging Your Own Grave »
(the thing you are doing will surely cause your failure; you are doing things which will cause you to fail...)


Drawing Attention »
(doing things that cause others to notice...)


Fix Someone's Wagon »
(do something to cause a problem for that person; get revenge...)


Get To The Root Of The Problem »
(discover the cause of the problem...)


Looking For Trouble »
(doing something that will cause problems...)


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


Slow Someone Or Something Down »
(cause one to go slower...)


What One Doesn't Know Won't Hurt One »
(it would cause more trouble if that person knew what happened...)




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