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Today's Idiom = "Jump Through Hoops"
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Jump Through Hoops ( to get something done, one has to do other things which should be unnecessary; have to do special things ... )

"Jump Through Hoops"

Example: "Why haven't you opened your restaurant yet?" Reply: "They have us jumping through hoops to get the license."

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