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Sure as eggs – When one is certain that something is going to happen. “If you don't deal with the problem now, then sure as eggs you'll have cause to regret it later”

Spinning yarns – Telling a long, interesting story. “She is a great storyteller, so she'll probably spin them a yarn about something.


Turned to dust – To completely destroy something “All her hopes were turned to dust”


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