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A Chip On Your Shoulder »
(angry because of what happened in the past...)


A Slap On The Wrist »
(a slight punishment...)


Icing On The Cake »
(a second great thing happens in addition to the first...)


Keep An Eye On Him »
(watch him carefully...)


Off On The Wrong Foot »
(starting off badly...)


On The Fence »
(you are still undecided...)


On The Same Page »
(different people are looking at an issue in the same way, as when reading from the same page...)


On Your Last Leg »
(the end is near...)


On Your Mind »
(the thing you are thinking about...)


The Writing On The Wall »
(the signs of a coming change...)


Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve »
(expressing your emotions freely and openly...)


Biting Off More Than You Can Chew »
(taking on a challenge that is too big...)


Don't Count Your Chickens (Until They've Hatched) »
(don't make plans based on uncertain events...)


Split Down The Middle »
(the results are exactly the same on both sides...)


You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover »
(don't make judgments based only on appearances...)




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