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Hold Your Horses

Hold Your Horse - be patient; wait

  • Tommy hold your horses I will come help you in a few minutes.
  • The children need to learn to hold their horses.
  • Phil!! Hold your horses!! I am speaking on the phone. I will come soon.
  • Why can't you hold your horses?
  • There are some people that just not know how to hold thier horses.

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