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An Arm & A Leg

An Arm & A Leg - very expensive

  • It costs an arm and a leg to live in New York.
  • The doctor costs my mother an arm and a leg.
  • University costs an arm and a leg. It cost over $30,000 dollars a year.
  • It is hard to travel, because it costs an arm and a leg.
  • I want a new car, but it costsan arm and a leg.

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