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The Eleventh Hour - at the latest possible time Origin: This expression comes from the Bible. The 11th hour is the last hour before the ed of the world. In the Bible, the 11th hour was the last hour of sunlight with the 12th hour bringing darkness.
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Wherever people spoke. People have made slang and idioms from the moment they invented language.
It is kilroy "One mouse could never eat it all."
The eleventh hour: at the last possible time, just before the absolute deadline it means at the last minute possible
November 11th at 11am.
I think it was either the cat, the zebra, the tiger, or one of the giraffes. One of the clues was it was a group who did it.
idioms in general have no specific date in which they became in use, rather, one or two were in use from various areas of society- the Bible for one, then other idioms were fo…und and put to use. origins of individual idioms can often be traced back to dates,
The mouse did it. The author probably chose him because no one would expects a mouse to eat so much.
it was the tretey that ended WW1
April 3rd in the UK, and April 17 in the US.
you can watch it for a week on BBC i player or catch a replay on watch (the channel)
it means several things: one is a last ditch effort to try and get somethiing done, or to wait until the very last minute for something to happen, this is just an example.
The Eleventh Hour was recorded during October 2009.
In Video Games
Kilroy did it, you can tell if you crack the code.
"The Beast Below" was the episode that aired after "The Eleventh Hour".
What do you think? its all the eleventh of the times...