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In Black & White


In Black & White - to put something in writing; something in writing is more reliable than words

  • I agree to the deal. We need to put it in black & white.
  • Do not put anything in black & white, that you do not accept.
  • The contract is clear. It is in black & white.
  • My boss wants to put the proposal in black & white, so we can give it to the city.
  • I do not believe it, unless it is in black & white.
  • Please, tell the lawyer to put it in black & white, and then I will read it.
  • You need to put the loan agreement in black & white.

Horse Around

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Have A Blast

Half Baked

Hard Head

Hand In Hand

Have Not Seen In Ages

Head In The Clouds

Heart Sank

Head Over Heels

Hit The Road

Hit The Roof

Hush Money

Holy Cow

Hang In There

Hit The Books

Hit The Hay

Hot Head

Hold Your Horses

It Is A Snap

In No Time

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It Is A Breeze

I Am Speechless

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If It Comes Up

In A Jam

In Fact

In A Pickle

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In The Bag

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In The Hole

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Joined At The Hip

Just For The Record

Just In The Nick Of Time

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