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At The End Of One's Rope »
(one cannot be patient any longer; one is ready to become very angry...)

At Wit's End »
(not able to come up with a solution...)

Beginning Of The End »
(things will get worse...)

For Days On End »
(doing it for a number of days without stopping...)

For Hours On End »
(for many consecutive hours...)

Get The Short End Of The Stick »
(be the one who gets a bad deal or a worse deal than the others...)

The Be All And The End All »
(the only thing that one cares about; the only thing that one cares about...)

Call It A Day »
(end the day's work; finish working for the day...)

From Start To Finish »
(during the entire race; from the beginning to the end...)

Going All The Way »
(continuing and succeeding until the very end...)

On Your Last Leg »
(the end is near...)

Out Of The Frying Pan (And Into The Fire) »
(to get out of a bad situation and end up in one that is even worse...)



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