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The Whole Nine Yards

The Whole Nine Yards - everything; all the way

  • My mother is going to do the whole nine yards for the wedding.
  • The teacher always goes the whole nine yards.
  • The doctor went the whole nine yards to help me.
  • My boss goes the whole nine yards to make the office comfortable.
  • I go the whole nine yards to be a good mother to my children.
  • My friends and I went the whole nine yards to make the house nice for my parents.

The Whole Nine Yards

There Is A Catch

Take It Easy

Time Is Money

Team Work

Time Is Up

Tough Luck

Take It With A Grain Of Salt

The Last Straw

The Lights Are On But Nobody Is Home

Tearing Me Apart

Throw In The Towel

The Proof Is In The Pudding

Think Outside The Box

Train Wreck

Ticked Off

Tie The Knot

Tight Race

Time_Flies

Time Off

Top Dog

Top It Off

Too Bad

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