Idioms

take a toll on (someone or something)
to damage or hurt someone or something by using it too much or by hard living
The stress and long hours at work are beginning to take a toll on my friend.
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    This supposed handbook for those who really have something to hide features sections dedicated to procuring new identification papers, finding a job, pseudocide, and more, but its hard to take advice from an author who misspells disappear not once, but seven times. Its also unfortunately almost 20 years out of date avoiding paper trails are the least of a wouldbe disappearers worries these days.

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