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A Bird In The Hand Is Worth Two In The Bush »
(don't risk losing what you have by trying to get more; it is better to value what you have than to try to get more...)

A Game That Two Can Play »
(you will do to that person the wrong that they did to you...)

It Takes Two To Tango »
(when two people have a conflict, both people are at fault...)

Like Two Peas In A Pod »
(they fit together very well; they are comfortable with each other; two people who are similar and fit well together...)

No Two Ways About It »
(it will definitely be that one way...)

Stand On One's Own Two Feet »
(independent; able to take care of oneself...)

Two Heads Are Better Than One »
(two people working together solve problems better than each person working alone...)

Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right »
(it is never right to do wrong to another person...)

A Couple Of »
(two things which have a similarity and go together...)

A Final Fling »
(the last time two people get together for romance...)

A Shotgun Wedding »
(a wedding where one of the two is being forced to get married...)

All Out War »
(the two sides are attacking each other with all of their power...)

Amount To The Same Thing »
(the two are equal; there is no difference between them...)

Apples And Oranges »
(the two things are totally different; they cannot be counted in the same way...)

Crossing Swords With You »
(the two are having a fight or struggle...)

Eyeball To Eyeball »
(the two are standing close looking right into each other's eyes...)

Find A Happy Medium »
(find a compromise where both sides are happy; find a balance between two competing desires...)

For Better Or For Worse »
(said when two people marry, their commitment to stay together in good times and bad times...)

Get Off On The Wrong Foot »
(have a bad start; start badly; the two did not like each other when they met...)

On A First Name Basis With Someone »
(familiar; two people address each other informally...)

On Good Terms With Someone »
(the two people are friendly towards each other...)

See Double »
(one's eyes are not able to focus correctly; one see's two images...)

Six Of One And Half A Dozen Of The Other »
(either way, it is the same; both possibilites are equal; two ways of saying the same thing...)

Tie The Knot »
(get married; two people promise they will stay together in marriage...)



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