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quake in one's boots
to be afraid, to shake from fear
I was quaking in my boots when my boss told me to come to his office.
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  • queer as a three-dollar bill
  • quick and dirty
  • quick as a flash
  • quick as a wink
  • quick as geased lightning
  • quick on the draw
  • quick on the trigger
  • quick on the uptake
  • quiet as a mouse
  • quite a (something)
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  • devil-may-care attitude
  • start up (something) or start (something) up
  • time after time
  • stand in for (someone)
  • raise a fuss
  • run across (someone or something)
  • pass muster
  • beat (someone) to the draw
  • new lease on life
  • hard-nosed

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    Rules to play Olympic Decathlon

    The score matters most

    Decathletes are actually competing against a scoring table not each other directly. At the end of all events, the athlete with the highest score wins. So a good decathlete must score well in each event rather than just dominating a few (easier said than done, of course).

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