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A close friend can become a close enemy A happy fart never comes from a miserable ass. A happy outcome is worth waiting for a portent of things to come a premonition of what was to come a snappy come-back A snappy comeback A third of my income will go in tax Abundance is welcome After the storm comes the calm Air travel has become very cheap All comes to an end All good things come from above All good things come in threes All good things come to an end All good things must come to an end All the best birthday wishes I send to thee. They come from the heart, they come from me. All things come to him who waits All things come to those who wait All women become like their mothers. That is their tragedy. No man does. That’s his. All’s fish that comes to my net And where do I come in? Appetite comes while eating Appetite comes with eating as good/bad/clever as they come/as they make them Ask whether he will come At best he will come in fifth Average disposal income is around EUR 23,400 per inhabitant Be good, or the bogey man will come and get you! Better come straight to the point But Fischer is well aware that, as a canoeist, she has little chance of staying in the focus of the media for ... But while I see that there is nothing wrong in what one does, I see that there is something wrong in what one ... By and by he will come to see his mistake By [Fashion] what is really fantastic becomes for a moment universal. Cats, ferrets, foxes, badgers, possums, squirrels, skunks, and bats can also become rabid Chickens come home to roost Christmas comes but once a year Come about six! Come across to us! Come again? Come along! Come and have a pint! Come and hear the music play Come and see me some time Come and see me! Come and take pot luck! Come at once! Come back to earth! Come either today or tomorrow! come hell or high water Come in and sit down! Come it! come life, come death Come of it what will Come off it - are you seriously calling this a good exchange rate? Come off it! Come off it! What do you know about football? Come on! Come on, folks! Come on, let’s go Come on, let’s have a go at it! Come out of that! come out of the frying pan into the fire come rain or shine Come right in Come round and see me! Come ten minutes beforehand! Come this instant! Come this moment! Come to see me some time Come to the point come under come what may Come what may come! comebackkid Comedy is often based on the minutiae of everyday life comeuppance Cut and come again! Darkness had come Do come in! Do some back-of-the-envelope calculations before all the facts come in. Do you come with the suite? Don’t cross your bridges before you come to them! Don’t cross your bridges until you come to them Don’t fail to come! dreams come true Easy come, easy go Everybody who is anybody comes here Everything comes to him who waits Everything comes to light in the end Find expression for a sorrow, and it will become dear to you. Find expression for a joy, and you intensify its... First come, first served From chipping come chips From nothing nothing comes German commentators argue that the police went overboard and warn of more violence to come Give every day the chance to become the most beautiful day of your life Good things come to those who wait Good things come to those who wait! Great events often come from little causes gross income He begged to come with us He comes along only every so often He comes from a background of poverty He comes off as winner He comes off second-best He has come off well from the scandal He has promised firmly that he will come He is just very sensitive when it comes to his family He lives beyond his income He may come tomorrow He who comes too late will be punished by life He’ll come along later He’s certain to come Her new hat becomes her Here we come full circle in our discussion His color comes and go His last hour has come Hollywood, here we come! How come How come? How did you come across this information? I always come off worse when we argue I can’t help detesting my relations. I suppose it comes from the fact that none of us can stand other pe... I come not friends to steale away your hearts. I expect he will come I just have to come face to face with the fact that I am not gifted I might possibly come a bit later I reckon he’ll come I rely on you to let me know when the time has come I shall be delighted to come! I suppose he’ll come today I want to come clean with you I was expecting him to come I was wondering if you’d like to come to dinner I welcome you on behalf of I welcome you to the beautiful land of Kenya I will come as soon as I possibly can I wish he would come I wonder if he’ll come I wonder if she’ll come I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it I’ll do it, come hell or high water I’ve passed my examination. So come along with me. I’ll stand you all treat! If it comes to a/the pinch if it comes to the crunch If the mountain won’t come to Mohammed, Mohammed must go to the mountain If the mountain won’t come to Mohammed, then Mohammed must go to the mountain If the worst comes to the worst if the worst comes to the worst If worst comes to worst In space cometh grace income from property It all comes out in the wash It comes easy to him It comes natural to me It doesn’t actually matter where you come from It goes/comes with the territory It has come down to us It ill becomes you It is a common fallacy that a neutered dog will become fat It is not nor it cannot come to good. It is well-nigh time you come out with the truth It may have come to your attention that … It will all come to nothing It will come out all right in the end It’s a thousand pities she did not come It’s too bad you weren’t able to come with us. You really missed out! Johnny-come-lately Just come by if you have the time and feel like it kingdom-come Language learning comes easy to him last come, first served Last come, last served. Light come, light go Love and meekness, lord, become a churchman better than ambition. Matters have come to such a pass that Men become old, but they never become good. Misfortunes never come singly Misfortunes one can endure - they come from outside, they are accidents. But to suffer for one’s own fau... Mr. Smith lives on a private income My promise to come next Sunday still holds good My turn will come Needless to say, he didn’t come no matter what comes non-allocated pension-related income Nothing will come of it [after all] Now come what may! Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold there came wise men from t... Oh! anything becomes a pleasure if one does it too often. Once it’s become second nature [to you] … Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, in earth as it is in... Owing to the rain we couldn’t come perpetual source of income Pride comes before the fall Sadly, she didn’t come She’s waiting for some hero to come and sweep her off her feet So we’ve come full circle in our discussion Sooner or later, fashion comes full circle Sunday does not come every day Thank you for the warm welcome! that comes off well That no longer comes into the picture That’s nothing to what is to come That’s where he comes into his own The best is yet to come The best things come in threes The button has come off The catch is that these two dishes do not come from India The claim has lapsed/ceased/become extinct The dye comes off this shirt the first that comes along The goods come with a two-year guarantee. The handle has come off The men’s chorus comes in before the women’s chorus The most important indirect tax is value-added tax, and the most important direct taxes are income and corpora... The outcome of the vote was a foregone conclusion The product ranges have become diverse The situation has come to a head The social climate in our cities has become harsher The soul is born old but grows young. That is the comedy of life. And the body is born young and grows old. Th... The use of undercover investigators has become routine The worst is yet to come There’s more to come Things become more difficult when drugs are part of the equation Things have come to a pretty pass Things have come to a pretty pass! This has become something of an issue time to come to accord a hearty welcome to be more than welcome to be overcome by rage/shame/emotion to be welcome to do something to be/come up to scratch to be/come up to snuff to be/come within an ace of winning to become a streetwalker to become absorbed in thought to become addicted to drugs to become an accessory to the crime to become an instant hero to become aware of one’s error to become extinct to become famous through television to become known to become of age to become partners in crime to become personal to become redundant to become suspicious to blow to kingdom come to come to come to roost to come a cropper to come a mucker to come a purler to come about to come across to come across as to come across someone/something to come alive to come along well to come along with to come and meet to come apart to come apart at the seams to come around to come back to come back empty-handed to come back to haunt to come by car to come by something to come clean to come down a peg or two to come down hard to come down hard on somebody to come down on someone like a ton of bricks to come down to to come down to earth to come down upon someone to come down with to come easy to someone to come face to face with death to come for something to come forth to come from a good family to come in at the tail end to come in bottles to come in first to come in handy to come in second to come in the nick of time to come in useful to come into to come into being to come into collision with someone to come into conflict with someone to come into consideration to come into effect to come into existence to come into fashion to come into force to come into leaf to come into money to come into one’s head to come into one’s own to come into operation to come into play to come into power to come into property to come into question to come into reach to come into the picture to come into the world to come into vogue to come last to come level with to come loose to come natural to one to come naturally to come near doing something to come near to to come of age to come of poor but honest parents to come off to come off with flying colors to come off with honor to come on to come on strong to come onside to come onto to come onto the market to come out to come out ahead to come out at the top of the list to come out first in an examination to come out in one’s true colors to come out in the wash to come out into the open to come out of left field to come out of nowhere to come out of one’s shell to come out of the closet on something to come out of the woodwork to come out on top to come out with something to come out with the truth to come second to something to come short to come short of someone To come straight to the point, ... to come the heavy to come to to come to a bad end to come to a decision to come to a head to come to a sticky end to come to an agreement to come to an end to come to an understanding to come to believe to come to blows to come to business to come to fruition to come to grief to come to grips with something to come to know to come to life to come to light to come to loggerheads with to come to nothing to come to nought to come to one’s ears to come to one’s knowledge to come to one’s senses to come to oneself to come to pass to come to power to come to someone’s aid/help to come to someone’s defence to come to someone’s rescue to come to someone’s help to come to something to come to terms to come to terms with to come to terms with oneself to come to terms with something to come to the fore to come to the point to come to the same thing to come to the throne to come to think of it to come top to come true to come under fire to come under scrutiny to come under someone’s influence to come under the knife to come undone to come unglued to come up to come up against a brick wall to come up against it to come up against someone/something to come up roses to come up smiling to come up to someone to come up to something to come up to the mark to come up with an idea to come up with something to come up with something just like that to come upon something to come useful to come with baggage to come within an inch of bankruptcy to get one’s comeuppance to get/come to grips with something to have come full circle to have come to know something to have come to the wrong shop to live within one’s income to not come up to someone’s expectations to overcome the inner temptations to send someone to kingdom come to supplement one’s income to take it as it comes to venture to come near to wear out one’s welcome to welcome someone back into the fold Tomorrow never comes until the cows come home up-and-comer We cross that bridge when we come to it We live in the age of the overworked, and the under-educated the age in which people are so industrious that t... We would welcome your detailed information we’ve come full circle We’ve got to come to grips with the problem Welcome to the club! What does it come to? What goes around, comes around What goes up must come down! What has become of it? What has come over you? What is bred in the bone will come out in the flesh What will come of it? When he comes of age he will be responsible for what he does when it comes down to it when it comes to when it comes to the crunch when it comes to the push When poverty comes in, love flies out when push comes to shove When sorrows come, they come not single spies, but in battalions when you come to think Where do you come from? Would you come this way please You are welcome You can wait there until the cows come home! You can wait until the cows come home! You should come see us once in a while! You’re welcome Your day may come [a feeling of deep satisfaction over the outcome of something]

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