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keyword: Places
A Far Away Look »
(a look in ones eyes when one is not focused on the present moment; the way a person looks when they are thinking of other times or places...)


A Night On The Town »
(that person will go out to have fun at different public places...)


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


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


Around The Block »
(been to different places and done different things...)


Doing The Sights »
(visit the tourist places...)


Get Around »
(move from one place to another place; spend time with lots of different people in different places...)


It's A Small World »
(you see the same people in different places...)


Lay Low »
(hide; only go places where others do not see one...)


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


Out Of Circulation »
(has not been seen in a long time; does not get around to different places...)


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




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