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Pull Yourself Together

Pull Yourself Together - calm down

  • Mary you need to pull yourself together.
  • I know failed your exam, but you need to pull yourself together.
  • After my father died, it was very hard for my sister to pull herself together.
  • The police told my mother she needs to pull herself together, after the car accident.
  • I told my brother, he has to pull himself together for his children.
  • Our friends helped us to pull ourselves together, after our house was on fire.

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