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Coming To The Crunch ( now is the busy time ... )

"Coming To The Crunch"

You are "coming to the crunch" when you have to get that thing done quickly.

Example: "We have had three weeks to write this paper. Now we are coming to the crunch."

"Coming to the crunch" is getting near the time the thing must be finished.

The time for the thing to be done is now when you are "coming to the crunch".

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