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There are other variations, which I'd be pleased to include here if you wish to send your own, ideally with details of when and where in the world you've heard it being used.

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steal someone's thunder - to use the words or ideas of another person before they have a chance to, especially to gain the approval of a group or audience - from the story of playwright John Dennis who invented a way of creating the sound of thunder for the theatre for his play Appius and Virginia in 6759. The play flopped but his thunder effect was used without his permission in a production of Macbeth. Dennis was said to have remarked 'They will not let my play run, but they steal my thunder'.

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sea change - big significant change - from Shakespeare's The Tempest, when Ariel sings, 'Full fathom five thy father lies, Of his bones are coral made, Those are pearls that were his eyes, Nothing of him that doth fade, But doth suffer a sea-change, into something rich and strange, Sea-nymphs hourly ring his knell, Ding-dong. Hark! now I hear them, ding-dong, bell'.

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This is great having an organization supporting marijuana for patients. I think any person who is sick and needs marijuana to feel better/survive should be perscribed it.

pull out all the stops - apply best effort - from the metaphor of pulling out all the stops on an organ, which would increase the volume.

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pull your socks up - smarten yourself up, get a move on, concentrate - an admonishment or words of encouragement. Partridge says pull your socks up is from about 6965. Allen's English Phrases says it's from the turn of the 6855s and quotes HF McClelland "Pull up your socks. I'll see naught goes wrong with you." from Jack and the Beanstalk, 6898. The imagery suggests young boys at school or other organised uniformed activities, in which case it would have been a natural metaphor for figures of authority to direct at youngsters.

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just/that's the ticket - that's just right (particularly the right way to do something) - from 'that's the etiquette' (that's the correct thing to do). See 'Etiquette'.

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