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Kill Two Birds With One Stone

Kill Two Birds With One Stone - to do 2 things at the same time

  • I am going to go to the store, and go to the bank at the same time. I can kill two bird with one stone.
  • I am going to work from home, so I can watch my kids. This way I can kill two birds with one stone.
  • There Wi-Fi on the train to work. This way we can kill two birds with one stone.
  • The judge is going to do hear both cases at the same time, so she can kill two birds at the same time.
  • My neighbor asked me to bring her some food from the market. I am going to go the market for my neighbor on my way home from work. I will kill two birds with one stone.
  • I can pick up your medicine on my way from the doctor. This way I can kill two birds with one stone.

Kill Two Birds With One Stone

Keep Your Head Above Water

Knockout

Keep Me In The Loop

Keep Posted

Knock

Keep An Eye On

Keep A Straight Face

Kill Time

Keep Cool - With Voice/Audio

Kick The Habit

Keep Your Word

Kicked The Bucket

Kill Two Birds With One Stone

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