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For "un clavo saca a otro clavo" I would like to suggest: "Out with the old, in with the new".


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A word that conveys selling less than you promise is shortchange (v.) Deprive of or give less than something due: CHEAT m-w To deprive someone of something for which they paid. Wiktionary Treat unfairly by withholding something of value. Frankly, to provide anything less than the above requirements is unconscionable, and as a digital camera maker you ...


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There are many sayings that contrast small with large for effect. We may discount most of them, such as a “a sprat to catch a mackerel”, “spoil the ship for a ha’porth of tar”, “thin end of the wedge” because they do not deliver what you need. The first I can offer is “a pig in a poke”. The buyer is offered the poke (a bag), but does not really know what is ...


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If you know the language, and you just really look at what happens that leads up to him saying that (about 1000 times?), then it is OBVIOUS that it has noting to do with the tiger, but rather with the flower water tasting like cat urine... I would think because they do have a cat and it peed in the vase. I get angry when paid commentators say that he is ...


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”Snowquote” Which by the way I found this search for similar to “snowcloning” while in search of how to enter one of my quotes into the book of quotable quotes and learned there is a name for or a search for a name of what I did with a very old and popular quote. If I un veil my “snowquote” for “snow-cloning” here and it’s accepted as a term , how does a new ...


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