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  • 121 Great Boston Fire of 1872 — The Great Boston Fire of 1872 was Boston s largest urban fire and still one of the most costly fire related property losses in American history. The conflagration began at 7:20 p.m. on November 9, 1872, in the basement of a commercial warehouse… …

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  • 122 MLB hitters with four home runs in one game — Listed below are the 15 Major League Baseball players who have hit four home runs in a single game. No player has accomplished this feat more than once in his career, and no player has ever hit five or more home runs in one game.Notes* Lowe hit… …

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  • 123 One Hundred Years of Solitude —   …

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  • 124 One-way deck — A one way deck is a deck of playing cards where the back of the cards has a pattern which can be oriented to have a top and bottom . Magicians and card sharps can use the orientations of cards in one way decks to encode information that allows… …

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  • 125 for one — As the first of several possible examples; as one example. * /Manv people do not like certain foods. I for one do not like cabbage./ Also used with similar words instead of one . * /Several materials can be used to make the box: plywood, for one; …

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  • 126 ten to one — or[two to one] {adv.} or {adj. phr.}, {informal} Almost certainly, nearly sure to be true; very likely to happen. * /Ten to one it will rain tomorrow./ * /It is ten; to one that Bill will be late./ …

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  • 127 tighten one's belt — {v. phr.} To live on less money than usual; use less food and other things. * /When father lost his job we had to tighten our belts./ Often used in the expression tighten one s belt another notch . * /When the husband lost his job, the Smiths had …

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  • 128 for one — As the first of several possible examples; as one example. * /Manv people do not like certain foods. I for one do not like cabbage./ Also used with similar words instead of one . * /Several materials can be used to make the box: plywood, for one; …

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  • 129 tighten one's belt — {v. phr.} To live on less money than usual; use less food and other things. * /When father lost his job we had to tighten our belts./ Often used in the expression tighten one s belt another notch . * /When the husband lost his job, the Smiths had …

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  • 130 All that — That That, pron., a., conj., & adv. [AS. [eth][ae]t, neuter nom. & acc. sing. of the article (originally a demonstrative pronoun). The nom. masc. s[=e], and the nom. fem. se[ o] are from a different root. AS. [eth][ae]t is akin to D. dat, G. das …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 131 For that — That That, pron., a., conj., & adv. [AS. [eth][ae]t, neuter nom. & acc. sing. of the article (originally a demonstrative pronoun). The nom. masc. s[=e], and the nom. fem. se[ o] are from a different root. AS. [eth][ae]t is akin to D. dat, G. das …

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  • 132 Great cassino — Cassino Cas*si no, n. [It. casino a small house, a gaming house. See {casino}.] A game at cards, played by two or more persons, usually for twenty one points. [1913 Webster] {Great cassino}, the ten of diamonds. {Little cassino}, the two of… …

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  • 133 In that — That That, pron., a., conj., & adv. [AS. [eth][ae]t, neuter nom. & acc. sing. of the article (originally a demonstrative pronoun). The nom. masc. s[=e], and the nom. fem. se[ o] are from a different root. AS. [eth][ae]t is akin to D. dat, G. das …

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  • 134 That — That, pron., a., conj., & adv. [AS. [eth][ae]t, neuter nom. & acc. sing. of the article (originally a demonstrative pronoun). The nom. masc. s[=e], and the nom. fem. se[ o] are from a different root. AS. [eth][ae]t is akin to D. dat, G. das, OHG …

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  • 135 To elbow one's way — Elbow El bow, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Elbowed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Elbowing}.] To push or hit with the elbow, as when one pushes by another. [1913 Webster] They [the Dutch] would elbow our own aldermen off the Royal Exchange. Macaulay. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 136 To sport one's oak — Oak Oak ([=o]k), n. [OE. oke, ok, ak, AS. [=a]c; akin to D. eik, G. eiche, OHG. eih, Icel. eik, Sw. ek, Dan. eeg.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Bot.) Any tree or shrub of the genus {Quercus}. The oaks have alternate leaves, often variously lobed, and… …

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  • 137 apple of one's eye — phrasal one that is highly cherished < his daughter is the apple of his eye > …

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  • 138 one-on-one — adjective or adverb Date: 1967 1. playing directly against a single opposing player 2. involving a direct encounter between one person and another …

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  • 139 one-trick pony — noun Date: 1980 one that is skilled in only one area; also one that has success only once …

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  • 140 number one — I. noun Date: circa 1705 1. one s own interests or welfare ; oneself < looking out for number one > often written No. 1 2. one that is first in rank, importance, or influence often written No. 1 II. adjective Date: 1839 …

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