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Shake A Leg

Shake A Leg - hurry up; move faster

  • Come on shake a leg. I do not want to be late.
  • Please tell your sister to shake a leg. We must leave the house.
  • I always tell my wife to shake a leg. It takes her so long to get ready to go out.
  • Where can we get a good shake a leg near here?
  • We have been driving for a long time. We need to stop and get a shake a leg.

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