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A Devil Of A Job »
(a job that is tricky and difficult...)


A Nine To Five Job »
(a job with regular hours from nine in the morning to five in the evening...)


Do A Snow Job On Someone »
(trick someone by confusing them with lots of information...)


Doing The Job »
(succeed at doing what you want to do...)


Laying Down On The Job »
(acting lazy; not work when one should be working...)


All In A Day's Work »
(this is a natural part of ones job; what was done is not unusual for this type of work...)


Beyond The Call Of Duty »
(more than is expected or required by a job...)


Do An Errand »
(do a small task or job that needed to be done...)


Earn One's Keep »
(work to pay to for membership, i.e. in a home or at a job...)


Find One's Feet »
(begin to feel comfortable in a new job...)


Get The Old Heave Ho »
(be fired from a job or thrown out of some event...)


Get The Sack »
(get fired; one is forced to leave one's job...)


Think Someone Or Something Fit For Something »
(believe that one is good enough to do the job...)




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