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A Little New To All This »
(I am a beginner not familiar with this situation or task...)


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


Breaking New Ground »
(doing what has not been done before...)


Feel Like A New Person »
(feel like one's problems are finished...)


Take A New Turn »
(there has been another change in plans but it is different from earlier changes...)


What's New»
(Casual greeting with some one knows...)


Whole New Ball Game »
(there has been a shift in power and the other side now has an advantage...)


You Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks »
(it is difficult to change old habits...)


A Change Of Scenery »
(moving to a new location...)


Back To The Drawing Board »
(make new plans and start again from the very beginning...)


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


First And Ten »
(a fresh new opportunity to succeed...)


First Thing In The Morning »
(the first thing done on a new day...)


Think Something Up »
(discover a new idea...)


Thinking Outside The Box »
(thinking in creative new ways...)


Wet Behind The Ears »
(New at something; with little practical experience...)




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