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What does the phrase 'I didn't come down in the last shower' mean?
This saying means that someone is not as gullible or as easily fooled as others might think. It is an indication that the speaker has "been around" long enough to know when a statement is false, or when someone is trying to con him or her.
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James Madison was one of the last of a group of men who were educated farmers and leaders of the Revolutionary period. They believed it was their duty to serve their country. …Others in this group included the first four presidents: George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison.
ongoing conversation with no meaning; an insult.
Wolfing down a meal means to devour your meal quickly, like wolves gulp down meat they have caught.
That they live in Australia. Answer Australia is in the south (indeed, the word Australia is derived from Latin word australis for south) and south is usually at the bottom o…f maps and globes, so heading south is often worded as "heading down".
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If you take a trip(or stroll or walk) down the memory lane, you remember pleasant times from the past.
Whatever happens, whatever may come my way.
'I understand your point of view' It does not indicate agreement, just comprehension
The expression is "Hold the fort." It is shopkeeper slang for "take over for a minute or two" possibly dating from the European "discovery" of the world, when shops and forts …were the same thing, and holding the fort would mean not allowing the trading post to fall victim to hostile outsiders or to internal lawlessness. There is also the expression "hold down a job" meaning be employed regularly. There the image is sarcastic, as if a job were such a light thing you could hold it down; but it has become ironic, because our jobs are indeed drying up and blowing away. Hold down the fort does not exist except as an American bastardisation of the English phrase "Hold the Fort". The expression to 'hold the fort' relates to the military strategy of 'holding' a fort so that the enemy could not penetrate the city/castle. The 'fort/shop' connection is a pretty idea but not based on any kind of fact as the shopkeeper slang is no more relevant than any other profession asking for someone to look after its interests in their absence.
Contentedness, rejoicing, justification, reparation; maybe also seen as an equation where Satisfaction (S) is the difference between Obtained (O) minus Expected (E). … S = O - E If you obtain less than the Expected would you have a negative Satisfaction?
That you are normal and rational and don't make stupid decisions.
Answer It is the time between two specified events.
A desperate final attempt, as in We're making a last-ditch effort to finish on time. This expression alludes to the military sense of last ditch, "the last line of defen…se." Its figurative use dates from the early 1800s.
Maintain control of, support.
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The phrase is "to the last drop." Referring to blood, it means " as long as life endures." In a coffee commercial, it means the last little bit in the glass or cup. The in it…self insignificant little annoyance that finally makes you snap. The drop that breaks the surface tension on an overfull glass of water and makes the water overflow. See also "The straw that broke the camel's back".