Idioms

call in (someone) or call (someone) in
to ask someone for help, to call for special advice
We called in a doctor to look at the patient.
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  • call in (something) or call (something) in
  • call it a day
  • call it a night
  • call it quits
  • call of nature
  • call off (something) or call (something) off
  • call on (someone)
  • call out to (someone)
  • call the shots
  • call up (someone) or call (someone) up
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  • no bed of roses
  • pick up a radio wave etc.
  • dig (something) out or dig out (something)
  • a long shot
  • get out of (somewhere)
  • clear (someone's) name
  • cheer (someone) up or cheer up (someone)
  • hear a peep out of (someone)
  • cold snap/spell
  • hit the hay

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    Benefits of Thyme

    Nail fungus

    Thyme oil?has been floated as a possible natural remedy for?toenail fungus.

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