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keyword: Decide
An Open And Shut Case »
(it is easy to decide quickly...)

At The Mercy Of Someone »
(that person has power over one; that person will decide what happens to one...)

Back Down From »
(decide to not fight...)

Battle It Out »
(fight to decide how it will be done...)

Calling It Off »
(cancel it; decide to not do it...)

Chicken Out Of Something »
(become afraid and decide to not do it...)

Choose Up Sides »
(decide which players will be on which team...)

Do A Flip Flop On Something »
(decide for something, then decide against it; change one's position irresponsibly...)

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...)

Form An Opinion »
(decide what one thinks about something...)

Sit On The Fence »
(be unsure of which choice to make; not decide...)

Size Someone Or Something Up »
(try to decide how good that one will be...)

Sleep On Something »
(first get a good night's sleep, then decide...)

Take Aim At Someone Or Something »
(to decide that one will do something...)

Think Twice Before Doing Something »
(don't decide too quickly; it might not be good to do that...)

Throw One's Hands Up In Despair »
(give up; decide that one cannot win...)



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