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Hit The Books

Hit The Books - to study; to study for an exam

  • I told my students to hit the books. There will be an exam next week.
  • We are going home, and we will hit the books.
  • Did you hit the books last night?
  • My brother never hit the books. I have no idea how he always passes his exams.
  • When I was in collage. I was always hit the books.

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Hard Head

Have Not Seen In Ages

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Head Over Heels

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Hit The Roof

Hush Money

Holy Cow

Hang In There

Hit The Books

Hit The Hay

Hot Head

Hold Your Horses

I Am Speechless

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If It Comes Up

In A Jam

In Fact

In A Pickle

In Hot Water

In The Bag

In The Dark

In The Hole

In The Wild

Junkyard Dog

Joined At The Hip

Just In The Nick Of Time

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