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keyword: Strength
A Pillar Of Strength »
(very strong and independent...)

A Tower Of Strength »
(a person whose is so strong that they can support and give strength to others...)

A Drag On Someone »
(something which pulls at ones strength and slows one down...)

A Pillar Of Support »
(a person who is strong and gives others strength...)

A Shot In The Arm »
(something which gives you confidence and strength; it gives you strength and encourages you...)

Get The Upper Hand On Someone »
(be in a position of strength over that person...)

Throw In The Towel »
(quit the match; give up in a game; one does not have the strength to continue...)



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