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It begins with the rhyme that good parents (from at least the 50's) tell their children as they tuck them into bed and immobility.; Good night, Sleep tight, Don't let the bedbugs bite. Like any good rhymes the origin is in dispute. This source is so good I've included a bit below. it is here: https://www.bedbugguide.com/dont-let-bed-bugs-bite-origin-...


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"No offense" is short for "No offense intended." I'm adding this answer because it wasn't explicitly stated in the comments and someone reading the question might not get the full idea: It means "I'm going to speak bluntly but don't mean to hurt you by saying it." Even so, as user 888379 indicates, it might not be said sincerely.


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My word suggestion is He will dissolve the Japanese government. Lexico says this: dissolve VERB 2 Close down or dismiss (an assembly or official body) the National Assembly was dissolved after a coup Aside: there are several grammatical errors in the paragraph, which you might want to revise.


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