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gain ground
to go forward, to make progress
The toy company is gaining ground in their effort to sell more products.
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  • gang up on (someone)
  • gas up
  • gear up for (something)
  • gee whiz
  • generous to a fault
  • get (someone or something) out of one's mind/head
  • get (someone) down
  • get (someone`s) goat
  • get (something) off one's chest
  • get (something) out in the open
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  • something to that effect
  • in a huff
  • cross one`s heart and hope to die
  • back down (from someone or something)
  • cry over spilt milk
  • bargain for (something)
  • see one`s way clear to (do something)
  • go after (something)
  • make (someone's) flesh crawl
  • inch along

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    Rules to play Fox Hunting

    Birds of prey

    In the United Kingdom, since the introduction of the hunting ban, a number of hunts have employed falconers to bring birds of prey to the hunt, due to the exemption in the Hunting Act for falconry.Many experts, such as the Hawk Board, deny that any bird of prey can reasonably be used in the British countryside to kill a fox which has been flushed by and is being chased by a pack of hounds.

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