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By The Skin Of Your Teeth

By The Skin Of Your Teeth - just barely; just barely managed to do something

  • I passed the test by the skin of my teeth.
  • My sister won the game by the skin of her teeth.
  • We escaped the fire by the skin of our teeth. We are very lucky.
  • The men ran away form the police by the skin of their teeth.
  • We caught the bus by the skin of my teeth. We almost missed the bus.
  • The girls finished the job by the the skin of their teeth.

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Big Fish

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Board To Death

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Blow Up (Someone) Phone

By The Book

Burn Bridges

By The Skin Of Your Teeth

Back To Square One

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Baker's Dozen

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Beat It

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Beyond Help

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Bitter Pill To Swallow

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Burn The Midnight Oil

Bust Somebody's Chops

Busy As A Bee

By Heart

By The Way

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