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A burnt child dreads the fire a man of vast reading After the reading of this poetic meal one want to throw up All in all, this is a very readable book on a subject that is not easy to write about always ready to laugh Anything that has not been sold by book-shops within four to six weeks is already returned As I live by bread! Blair is still in power, but Bush is already nostalgic Both German book fairs, in Leipzig and Frankfurt, have already been in existence since the invention of printi... Both writers were strongly influenced by their reading of Nietzsche bread bread and butter Bread is able to molder, what are you able to do? breadbasket by a hair’s breadth By now word has spread about/of the success Can’t you read? Disobedience, in the eyes of any one who has read history, is man’s original virtue. It is through disob... Do you read me? Don’t spread it around that ... Fools rush in where angels fear to tread Fools rush in where angels fear to tread! Get ready Get ready at once! Give me a shout when you’re ready! Half a loaf is better than no bread Hands on, ready to lift, and lift Has the vacancy been filled already? He had lost the thread of the conversation He has already passed the three score years and ten He has been treading water He has read aloud He has read out loud He ought to have read it He spent his time in reading He wants his bread buttered on both sides He was getting ready to leave He’s already deep in debt to her He’s got new rimless reading glasses His life is hanging by a thread home-baked bread I am fond of reading I don’t have the readies I dread it I finished reading the book last night I love to read I must get down to reading Pia’s article which she sent me one weeks ago I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train. I think I’ve got the dreaded lurgy. I usually read during the train journey I want to read in peace I’d like to pay my room already I’ll be ready any minute now I’m afraid you’ve had a wasted trip, he has already left I’m already too much in your debt I’m dreadfully sorry I’ve already done it many times If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use reading it at all. If you have already settled this account please disregard this letter is readily available It helps if you can read. It is absurd to have a hard and fast rule about what one should read and what one shouldn’t. More than h... It must be ready by eleven It reads here that ... It’s his bread and butter It’s our bread and butter It’s the eleventh hour already! Journalism is unreadable, and literature is not read. Man does not live by bread alone may not be readily understood More than a hundred fan clubs around the world read about his adventures and exchange views on fan pages must be readily sellable My threadbare overcoat was an embarrassment Now that [the] word has got out/spread, there is a run on the shop/store On what terms are you ready to supply? On your mark, ready, go On your mark, ready, go! Order no. 2113 will be ready for delivery as from 24th August 2002. Other people are quite dreadful. The only possible society is oneself. Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, in earth as it is in... Our products meet with a ready market penny dreadful Rabies is spread almost exclusively by the bite of rabid dogs or wolves Read first, then ask. read someone like a book Read this and tell me if it makes sense Readers will also be able to get over the fact that here and there a first name or a date is not correct readies readily available ready for action Ready for action! ready for use ready money only ready to hand ready wit Ready, set, go! Ready, steady, go! rough and ready rough-and-ready She has a dreadful fear of spiders She reads a good deal She’s already deep in debt to him So young and already a widow! the best/greatest thing since sliced bread The book is addressed to young readers The book is published by Reader’s Digest The chip is machine-readable and authenticates the identity of the passport holder The collection is already on its way/en route to Germany The dog was already racked by/with the pains of old age the dreaded Lurgy the fatal thread The horse has already left the barn The items are in stock and should be ready for dispatch by next Wednesday. The language used is complicated and readers will have to work hard to understand it The letter reads as follows The letter reads as follows ... The linguistic incomprehensibility significantly reduces the amount of knowledge to be gleaned from reading th... The milk has already turned [sour] / gone off The news spread like wildfire The peacock spread his tail feathers The term ’prêt-à-porter’, or ’ready-to-wear’, denotes the large-scale production of ap... the thread running through the story The train is already due This book makes good reading This is a seminal book, which will hopefully attract many readers in Germany This matter has already been the subject of extensive correspondence between us Thread to be on the breadline to be out of money/petrol/bread to be quite ready to be readily available to be ready for the fray to be ready with a helping hand to be ready with an excuse to be spread-eagled to be/live below the breadline to be/live on the breadline to butter bread to cross-read to feel ready to take on anything to find a ready market to find everything ready to get ready to get ready to to hang by a thread to have a ready tongue to have one’s bread buttered on both sides to lie spread-eagled to lose the thread to pick up the threads to quarrel with one’s bread-and-butter to read between the lines to read into to read someone the riot act to read someone’s face to read someone’s face like a book to read someone’s palm to read tea leaves to read the meter to read the riot act to read the runes to repair something in a rough-and-ready way to spread it on thick to spread like wildfire to spread one’s wings to spread the news/word to step/tread on someone’s toes to tread in someone’s footsteps to tread on someone’s corns to tread on someone’s heels to tread water to tread/skate on thin ice to want one’s bread buttered on both sides to write a bread-and-butter letter Today, almost eleven percent of GDP is already being spent on pensions as an average across the EU tread on someone’s toes When something happens, [the] word quickly spreads Why take bread out of the mouths of the deserving? Would you read the poem aloud? You asked for a book, so read it! You can take it as read You have/need to wash your hands first before we are ready to eat Your ’order’ is built on sand. Tomorrow the revolution will already ’raise itself with a rat...

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