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Bear A Grudge Against Someone »
(continue to be angry about it; not willing to forgive...)


Belaboring The Point »
(continue talking about it...)


Carry On Somehow »
(find a way to continue...)


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


Carry Something Over »
(continue something which was started in another place...)


Down For The Count »
(one is not able to continue, like a fighter who has fallen and cannot get up...)


Forgive And Forget »
(forgive a person for what they have done, and not continue to be angry...)


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


Get By With Something »
(able to function or continue with only that thing...)


Let's Call It Quits »
(let's stop working; let us not try anymore; we should not continue our effort...)


Live And Learn »
(we learn from our mistakes; if bad things happen, we learn from it and continue...)


Not Able To Go On »
(cannot continue...)


Throw In The Towel »
(quit the match; give up in a game; one does not have the strength to continue...)




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