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keyword: Many
In So Many Words »
(that is what the person said; the person said that...)

A Card »
(a joker; one who tells many jokes and needs to make people laugh...)

A Gold Mine Of Information »
(very valuable because they have many answers to important questions...)

A Jack Of All Trades »
(one who has many different skills...)

A Wild Goose Chase »
(one is running around looking in many places but will not find the thing...)

Bag Of Tricks »
(ability to do many special things...)

Burning The Candle At Both Ends »
(working for many hours without getting enough rest...)

Few And Far Between »
(rare; difficult to find; there are not many...)

For Hours On End »
(for many consecutive hours...)

Get Down To The Nitty Gritty »
(work on the small details of the project; think and talk about the many small details...)

If It's Not One Thing, It's Another »
(too many things are going wrong, one after another...)

Look High And Low For Someone Or Something »
(try to find it in many places...)

Out In Force »
(there were many of them...)

Spread Oneself Too Thin »
(spend too much time in too many different places; not focus enough on one thing...)

The Devil Is In The Details »
(the difficult part is in the many small details...)

Year In, Year Out »
(It happens repeatedly for many years...)



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