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Happened

Happens

keyword: Happening
A Hearbeat Away »
(it is very close to happening...)


A heartbeat Away »
(it is very close to happening...)


A Play By Play Description »
(description of a game done as a narration of what is happening...)


All Night Long »
(it happened during the entire evening; it did not stop happening during the night...)


At This Juncture »
(at this time; based on what is happening now...)


Blowing The Whistle »
(telling the authorities about some illegal action that is happening...)


Coming To Grips With »
(accepting that that thing is happening...)


Down On One's Luck »
(one has been having bad luck lately; bad things have been happening...)


Fiddle While Rome Burns »
(not paying attention while something veery serious is happening...)


For The Duration »
(during the time while it is happening...)


Get A Whiff Of Something »
(smell it; have an idea that it is happening...)


In A Vicious Circle »
(the same bad thing keeps happening...)


Under Someone's Very Nose »
(that person was nearby when it happened; that person did not stop it from happening...)




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