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A Matter Of Life And Death »
(if this does not happen, some may die...)

A New Lease On Life »
(that person will live longer than was believed...)

All Walks Of Life »
(people from all different places with different jobs and lifestyles...)

For Life »
(for the length of one's life...)

Get A Life »
(rude way to say stop bothering other people; focus on your own life; go away; stop bothering us; we don't want you here...)

Get The Shock Of One's Life »
(one was surprised in the most extreme possible way...)

He Layed Down This Life For Her »
(one is killed while while helping another...)

Take One's Own Life »
(kill oneself; commit suicide...)

Within An Inch Of One's Life »
(Almost to death...)

A Pain In The Neck »
(this person causes problems; one who makes life difficult...)

A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss »
(a person who keeps moving does not get stuck; life stays interesting for people who keep moving...)

A Struggle To The Death »
(one spends all of one's life energy on a fight, and dies...)

Airing Your Dirty Linen In Public »
(talking publicly about private problems; sharing information about one's personal life...)

All Work And No Play Makes Jack A Dull Boy »
(a children's rhyme that says one is bored - and boring - if one only works; a person who only works becomes boring because doing fun things makes life interesting...)

Bringing It Home »
(you understand it because it affects your life...)

Carry A Secret To The Grave »
(not tell a secret during one's entire life...)

Doing All Right For Yourself »
(making money and succeeding at your work and in your life...)

From The Cradle To The Grave »
(during one's whole life; from one's earliest days of ones life, until one dies...)

Settle Down »
(relax; calm down; live a more relaxing life; stop moving...)

Sitting On Top Of The World »
(one is feeling great; one is feeling like one's life is going great...)

What Goes Around, Comes Around »
(There is a natural fairness in life; if we do good or bad, that same thing is done to us...)



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