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keyword: Gain
No Pain, No Gain »
(you must work hard if you want big results...)

Get Up The Nerve To Do It »
(gain the confidence to do it...)

Hanging On To Your Coattails »
(try to gain success by following a successful person...)

Take Advantage Of Someone Or Something »
(use ones knowledge or connection for selfish gain...)

Take The Bull By The Horns »
(take strong action and gain control of the situation...)

Within Hailing Distance »
(close enough to gain the attention of another ship...)

Worth Someone's While »
(One will gain a lot from the effort of doing that...)

You Know »
(said to gain agreement by the listener, sometimes said out of habit with no significant meaning besides asking agreement from listeners...)



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