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tie up (a boat) or tie (a boat) up
to dock a boat or ship
We tied up our boat at the pier when the storm came.
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  • tie up (someone) or tie (someone) up
  • tie up (something) or tie (something) up
  • tie up (traffic)
  • tie up with (someone or something)
  • tied to one's mother's apron strings
  • tied up
  • tight spot
  • tight squeeze
  • tighten one`s belt
  • tightfisted with money
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  • take (something) to one's grave
  • land on both feet
  • can of worms
  • lay low
  • go Dutch
  • break the news (to someone)
  • salt away money
  • have eyes only for (someone or something)
  • pay one's debt to society
  • in the clouds

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    Benefits of Cinnamon

    Alertness Mood and Memory

    There are many essential oils that seem to have a stimulating effect on our memory, cognitive function, focus, and alertness. Peppermint, rosemary, and cinnamon are some of the best. We all know that our sense of smell and memory are tied closely together, but it seems we can use this to our advantage. Simply a whiff of cinnamon boosts alertness and even improves mood.

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