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Today's Idiom = "Set Someone Or Something On Fire"
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Set Someone Or Something On Fire ( something made him very angry ... )

"Set Someone Or Something On Fire"

Example: "What set him on fire?" Reply: "I don't know. He's been this way all morning."

Set Someone Back Some Amount Of Money

Set Someone Or Something Straight

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