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keyword: Past
A Past Master At Something »
(one who was great in past times...)

A Chip On Your Shoulder »
(angry because of what happened in the past...)

A Skeleton In The Closet »
(things from ones past that are shameful or embarrassing...)

Crying Over Spilled Milk »
(complaining about some past loss...)

Don't Burn Your Bridges »
(don't do harm to past relationships...)

Have A Chip On One's Shoulder »
(one is upset about something that happened in the past...)

Over The Hump »
(past the most difficult part...)

Rub Salt In An Old Wound »
(to intentionally bring back the pain of an past experience...)

Skeletons In The Closet »
(secrets from your past which you try not to show to other people...)

Start Over With A Clean Slate »
(forget about the past and begin again...)

They Don't Make Them Like They Used To »
(Products are not built as well today as they were in the past...)



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