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In The Loop


In The Loop - to be informed about specific issues

  • I need to stay in the loop at work. There are many things going on now.
  • Please keep me in the loop because I am concerned about your health.
  • The teachers are always in the loop. They always know what is going on with the children.
  • My sister is not in the loop, because she is very busy with work.
  • I always keep my doctor in the loop regarding my medical situation.
  • I do not want to be in the loop about with all the office gossip.

In Your Face

In The Loop

In Full Swing

In Mourning

Iron Out

In A Huff

In A Nutshell

In The Same Boat

In A Bad Way

In The Red

In Stitches

It Is Child's Play

In The Vicinity

In Deep Water

Inside Information

Icing On The Cake

It Is A Snap

In No Time

It Is A Breeze

I Am Speechless

In Black & White

If It Comes Up

In A Jam

In Fact

In A Pickle

In Hot Water

In The Bag

In The Dark

In The Hole

In The Wild

Jump Out Of My Skin

Job Hunting

Jump The Gun

Jam Packed

Jack Up The Price

Junkyard Dog

Joined At The Hip

Jump For Joy

Just For The Record

Just In The Nick Of Time

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