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Tooting Your Own Horn ( making noise about your strong points ... )

"Tooting Your Own Horn"

You are tooting your own horn when you are something to give yourself credit and make yourself look good.

Example: "Oh there you go again, tooting your own horn."

Tooth And Nail

Truer Words Were Never Spoken

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