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Is it 'buy-in to', 'buy into', or 'buy in to' in the following sentence

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What's the word / way to describe the sound we make when we get irritated?

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What's it called when someone forms a general conclusion from something which is aberrant?

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A word or phrase that means "picky about something they can't have"

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Does the idiom "stop shooting the ball to my opponent" make sense?

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What do you call a moderate victory?

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Is there a word or phrase used to describe romantic partners of a family both married and unmarried but not the family itself?

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A phrase for a tip or trick passed down from one generation to the next

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What do you call the male equivalent to Cougar (woman)?

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What is the 'female equivalent' of a sausage fest?

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A wife who knows and accepts her husband's infidelity

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In need of the word or phrase describing studying or educating in a non-formal way or as a hobby

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I'm looking for a term, word or phase used to describe the important, but minute, details. Something along the lines of, "it's the little things"

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Is there a phrase for "the boy who cried wolf" when the boy stops crying wolf because the townsfolk won't believe him anyway?

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