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Kill Two Birds With One Stone

Kill Two Birds With One Stone - doing 2 things with one action

  • I went to the mall to see my brother, and I bought a book. I killed two birds with one stone.
  • We had a meeting at lunch. We killed two birds with one stone. We had lunch, and we had a meeting.
  • I jogged to work. I went jogging & I traveled to work. I killed two birds with one stone.
  • On the way to the store. I paid my bills. I killed two birds with one stone.
  • My mother cooked dinner, while she was helping me with my homework. My mother killed two birds with one stone.

Knock

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Kicked The Bucket

Kill Two Birds With One Stone


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