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With Each Passing Day »
(time goes by while it happens...)

A Show Of Hands »
(each person who supports this will raise his hand...)

All Out War »
(the two sides are attacking each other with all of their power...)

Bad Blood Between People »
(people having bad feelings towards each other...)

Divide Something Fifty Fifty »
(make sure that each side gets an equal share...)

Eyeball To Eyeball »
(the two are standing close looking right into each other's eyes...)

Get Off On The Wrong Foot »
(have a bad start; start badly; the two did not like each other when they met...)

Great Minds Think Alike »
(people with great minds think like each other...)

Jockeying For Position »
(trying to get ahead of each other...)

Join Hands »
(holding each other by the hands...)

Like Two Peas In A Pod »
(they fit together very well; they are comfortable with each other; two people who are similar and fit well together...)

On A First Name Basis With Someone »
(familiar; two people address each other informally...)

On Good Terms With Someone »
(the two people are friendly towards each other...)

On The Rocks »
(fighting with each other; not communicating...)

Shouting Match »
(people are yelling at each other...)

Single File »
(a line with each person following the person in front of him...)

Square Deal »
(fair; each person was treated fairly; no one was cheated...)

Strike Up A Conversation »
(begin talking talking with each other socially...)

Striking Up A Friendship »
(become friendly with each other...)

Thick As Thieves »
(Very familiar and involved with each other...)

Two Heads Are Better Than One »
(two people working together solve problems better than each person working alone...)

You Scratch My Back And I'll Scratch Yours »
(if you help me then I will help you too; let's help each other...)



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