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    , :A bad turn Notion: Harm :

    Teri Haddad is briefly excellent as a floozy to whom Zero once did a bad turn, and Ryan Neff, who plays the heavenly, or hellish, functionary in the last scene, needs to pick up his cues (The Morning Call, 06 June 1992).

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    Hamas, the newscaster says, is a terrorist or-ganization and therefore they find people who say Democracy did a bad turn for the moderates in the Middle East and around the world (BlogSpot, 27 January 2006).

    Those who tried to sterilize the election and the vote count probably unknowingly did the authorities a bad turn. They confirmed societys fears (BBC News, 05 December 2011).

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    A backroom deal

    AA backdoor deal Notion: Opaqueness :

    A woman who accepted a back door deal offer of a flat screen television from a man whom she be-lieved was a worker at appliance and furniture store Khemlani Mart, got the surprise of her life when she discovered that she had paid $11,000 for a box con-taining wood (Jamaica Observer, 09January 2012).

    Occhiogrosso has criticized the move as a backdoor deal, even though Malloys hometown of Stamford in recent years si milarly received more school aid than other cities and towns thanks to side budget deals at the Capitol (Darien News, 20Febru-ary 2012).

    There shouldnt be a back door deal between the Packers and the Premier this should be a mat-ter of public debate, he said (ABC News, 27 February 2012).

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    See also: A back-room deal; Back-door action; Back-door games; Back-room deals; Underhand dealings; Underhanded dealings; Underhanded intrigues; Un-derhand intrigues.

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    A backroom deal Notion: Opaqueness :

    The head of the Bank of France has denied ru-mours of a shady backroom deal to save the euro-zone and allow Greece to default on its debts (Mail Online, 25 September 2011).

    EU leaders and bank officials struck a last-minute agreement early today to write off 50% of Greek debt from their books, in a backroom deal that will see weaker banks receive aid from the European Financial Stability Facility (EurActiv, 27October 2011).

    Harry Boyd has called for a public inquiry into the decision, describing it as a backroom deal which was made without consultation (Northern Star, 12March 2012).

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  • A bad patch

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    A bad patch Notion: Unluckiness :

    Sachin Tendulkars 100th ton is fast becoming a millstone around his neck, but legend Sunil Gavas-kar feels the Master Blaster is going through a bit of a bad patch (Cricket Country, 11 February 2012).

    Manchester City head into the toughest period of their season to date with warning from captain Vincent Kompany that they will hit a bad patch (Soccer Net, 11 November 2011).

    You are bound to enjoy picking up trophies and medals, of course you are, but you learn most about one another during a bad patch you learn how to stick together even more, he said (Sports Mole, 19 April 2012).

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    Antonyms: A winning streak; The wheel of fortune. : ; .

    A bad turn Notion: Harm :

    Teri Haddad is briefly excellent as a floozy to whom Zero once did a bad turn, and Ryan Neff, who plays the heavenly, or hellish, functionary in the last scene, needs to pick up his cues (The Morn-ing Call, 06 June 1992).

    Hamas, the newscaster says, is a ter rorist orga-nization and therefore they find people who say Democracy did a bad turn for the moderates in the Middle East and around the world (BlogSpot, 27January 2006).

    Those who tried to sterilize the elec tion and the vote count probably unkno win gly did the authori-ties a bad turn. They confirmed societys fears (BBC News, 05December 2011).

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    A baptism by fire Notion: Trial :

    Within 24 hours of the units opening, an in-dustrial accident in Pierre Part, Louisiana, gave the Burn Center staff a baptism by fire with the

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    A bargaining chip

    admission of 10 severely burned patients (Baton Rouge General).

    Neil Jenkins of Pontypridd was badly exposed last season and the summer tour to Australia was truly a baptism by fire, but he has the physique to return to the top level if his confidence can be restored (Rugby World and Post. London: Rugby Pub-lishing Ltd, 1992).

    Johnson, who took his seat Thursday morning, said in an interview Friday that he had undergone a bit of a baptism by fire (Portland Press Herald, 20February 2012).

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    A baptism of fire Notion: Trial :

    Henderson promises Patterson a bap tism of fire. Donegal Celtics Ryan Henderson says Glen-toran players hoping to impress new manager Ed-die Patterson, will find themselves in an almighty battle at Celtic Park tonight (Belfast Telegraph, 28February 2012).

    The standoff at Scarborough Shoal, which Filipi-nos call Panatag Shoal, is a baptism of fire for the Navys largest warship BRP Gregorio del Pilar, its officers and crew (The Phillipine Star, 13 April 2012).

    Redditch United chairman Chris Swan admits that his first year in charge at The Valley Stadium has proved to be a real baptism of fire (BBC Sport, 22 May 2012).

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    A bargaining chip Notion: Leverage :

    While Boehner could use the amend ment as a bargaining chip with Obama and the Senate over other parts of a debt-reduction bill, Rothenberg said it also gives the GOP a strong message with voters (ABC News).

    Democratic leaders have raised few objections to the substance of the Senate budget bill. But it appears they want to use the spending plan as a bargaining chip to reorganize committees in the Senate, something Republican leaders have re jected (Hampton Roads, 21 February 2012).

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  • A big fish in a little pond

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    other imports, and remains so after Poland found it was no longer an energy behemoth with re-serves about a tenth of previous estimates (Reuters, 21March 2012).

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    A big fish in a little pond Notion: Limited significance :

    The fact is that in Sacramento I was not just a big fish in a little pond. I was a whale in a bathtub. I mean, I owned the town, so I assumed there would be some fanfare with the arrival, and there was none (ABC, 05 November 1993).

    Peis had long before decided that it was far better to be a big fish in a little pond than the other way around (W. Griffin The soldier spies, Jove Books, 2000).

    If you want to be a big fish in a little pond thats growing into a big river, says Birchett, it cant get any better than here (Ebony, March 2000).

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    A big frog in a little pond Notion: Limited significance :

    Apparently, he was comfortable to remain a big frog in a little pond. This is too bad, as it makes ones mouth water to imagine what the fabulous small groups might have produced if Asmussen had been added to the likes of Gene Krupa, Teddy Wilson, and Lionel Hampton (Dacapo Records Svend Asmussen).

    You see, Pat, youve built your little empire- Well, your biggish empire. A big frog in a little pond, hed countered lightly. Vancouver Island isnt the world (Vanessa Grant With Strings Attached).

    For decades, Meehan was what she referred to as a big frog in a little pond as far as her career as a fashion illustrator was concerned (South Bend Tribune, 31 October 2006).

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    A big heart Notion: Kindness :

    They portray him as a confused mixture of ho-nesty and cantankerousness: a big heart governed

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    by a stroppy mind (The wedding present. Hodkinson, Mark. London: Omnibus Press, 1990).

    Chopper Harris, on the other hand, was a dullard who had a big heart where his friends were con-cerned, and it was he who often stood cups of tea or a pint for his friends (The girl from Cotton Lane. Bowling, H...

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