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Sleep Like a Rock

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Straight from the Horse's Mouth

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Ring a Bell

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Skating on a thin Ice

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Fishing for Compliments

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Out of the Woods

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Out of the Blue

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Don't Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch

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Jazz it Up

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'You're Giving Me the Creeps!'

'You're Giving Me the Creeps!' Americans can sometimes begin a sentence with the words “You’re giving me.” This expression usually describes a person’s reaction to a surprise or to something unpleasant. First, let’s look at an example from the world of business. What if you are asked to speak to a group of important customers -- people who depend on your product or services? You prepare for your speech, but you still have concerns about how you will perform in front of the group. Minutes before the speech, you might tell a friend that you have “the jitters.” This means you are worried. Even experienced performers can get the jitters, especially before a big event.

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