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albatross around one's neck
[albatross around one's neck] {n. phr.}, {literary} Guilt, the haunting past, an unforgettable problem. * /Even though it  […]
put up to
[put up to] {v. phr.}, {informal} To talk to and make do; persuade to; get to do. * /Older boys put us up to painting the  […]
Judith Viorst in Redbook magazine
Love is much nicer to be in than an automobile accident, a tight girdle, a higher tax bracket, or a holding pattern over  […]
ur
[ur] "You're" or "your"
head start
[head start] {n.} 1. A beginning before someone; lead or advantage at the beginning. * /The other racers knew they couldn't  […]
heavy-handed
[heavy-handed] {adj.} 1. Not skillful or graceful; clumsy. * /George is heavy-handed and seldom catches the ball./ * /My  […]
Kaz Cooke, Australian writercartoonist
We'll have a counseling session later on, and you can tell us how you first found out that you were a heterosexual.
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