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Was she better-looking than when Michael had disappeared?
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/Frank liked the new merchandise and as he set out on his rounds as a salesman, he felt really loaded for bear./ * /The football team arrived Friday noon, loaded for bear./ load the bases or fill the bases.
Informal To pack or store away.
/Vin answered the teacher's question off the top of his head./ * /When Lorraine was asked to recite, she talked off the top of her head./ off the wagon adj.
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/In attacking a smaller boy, Jack was plainly in the wrong./ * /Mary was in the wrong to drink from a finger bowl./ * /Since he had put pennies behind the fuses, Bill was in the wrong when fire broke out./ Compare: OUT.
catch one's eye.
"A divorce is not the end of the world.