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It was supposed to be Johnny's turn to set the dinner table, but he had a friend over so he was let off the hook.
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To release someone from the obligation to partake in an affair, thus to not be under compulsion to provide assistance or answer questions.
The rise in unemployed is tapering off now the economy is doing better.
"did you know...." "have you ever heard about...." "what about blah blah blah blah, do you like that" "what about blah blah blah blah, have you ever heard about him/her/that/t…his" "have you ever seen a/him/her"
I will fair off if i stick to my dreams
the switch of the stove turned off.
to let her in would be considered a betrayl from my parent. i shut the door on her and went back to my room. i felt very upset but i didnt want to lose my parents' trust hope …that helps :D
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the captain told the crew to knock off.
You already did. =)
you can drop your child off at the program
It means 'forget the bad things which happened in our past.' "You and I have always fought like cats and dogs over every detail of running the business. I'm prepared to let by…gones be bygones, so how about we shake hands and try to be friends?"
Spongebob hung onto the hook as he went up and down the ocean.
The Smiths' must be well-off to afford that new car.
He tried to ward off the evil spirits.
"Lets" without the apostrophe means either an obstruction or a point in racket sports that needs to be replayed. Examples include: Because his serve was a let, Tom was able t…o serve againJack was able to work through the dilemma without any lets "Let's" with the apostrophe is an abbreviation for "let us." Examples include: Let's play a game of tennis todayLet's go home now; I've had enough of this party
The fish is on the hook. The man's missing left hand has been replaced with a stainlesssteel hook.