Idioms

ill-disposed to (do something)
not friendly or favorable to something
Our company is ill-disposed to begin working on the project with the other company.
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  • ill-gotten gains
  • implicate (someone) in (something)
  • in (someone's) clutches
  • in (someone's) favor
  • in (someone's) name
  • in (someone's) prayers
  • in (someone's) shoes/place
  • in a bad mood
  • in a bad way
  • in a bind
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  • Drop dead!
  • yoke around someone's neck
  • take leave of one's senses
  • cook (someone`s) goose
  • have a whale of a time
  • top (someone or something)
  • (not) lay a finger/hand on (someone)
  • fly in the face of (someone or something)
  • sew (something) up or sew up (something)
  • the other way round

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    Non inflammable material

    Place a coin under a cotton handkerchief and ask someone to press a burning cigarette on the cloth stretched over the coin. You need not be afraid of scorching the material, because only a harmless speck of ash will be left.The experiment shows that the metal of the coin is a much better conductor of heat than the cotton fabric. On rapid pressure the heat of the burning cigarette is immediately conducted away by the coin. There is only enough heat to cause a small rise in temperature in the coin, and the cotton does not reach a high enough temperature to burn.

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