Idioms

have (something) going for one
to have ability or talent or good looks
The woman has a lot going for her and I am sure that she will get the new job.
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  • have (something) hanging over one's head
  • have (something) in common with (someone or something)
  • have (something) in mind
  • have (something) in stock
  • have (something) in store for (someone)
  • have (something) on
  • have (something) on (someone)
  • have (something) on file
  • have (something) on one's mind
  • have (something) on the ball
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  • come in handy
  • a good deal of (something)
  • get one`s feet wet
  • catch-as-catch-can
  • have a familiar ring
  • guard against (someone or something)
  • worth its weight in gold
  • check out (of a motel/hotel)
  • greasy spoon
  • pin one's hopes/faith on (someone or something)

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    Healthy Nails

    Never use your nails as a tool

    When using your fingernails to open boxes, letters or as any last minute tool, you risk bending the nail back, among other things, says Lippmann. The white area, referred to as the stress area, will eventually weaken and break. A lot of us are unaware of how we use our hands, so make a conscious effort to pay close attention to how you use your nails.

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