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Eighty Six :
This little expression used to indicate that an item is no longer available.
This phrase has its origin in restaurant trade.
It implies a refusal to serve an unwelcome customer at a bar or restaurant.
Elbow Grease :
If a person requires elbow grease, it involves a lot of hard physical work.
Elbow Room :
If you have not got enough elbow room, you have not got enough space.
Elephant in The Room :
An elephant in the room is a problem that everyone knows very well but no one talks about because it is taboo and embarrassing.
Eleventh Hour :
If something happens at the eleventh hour, it happens right at the last minute.
Empty Vessels Make The Most Noise. :
The thoughtless often speak the most.
End in Smoke :
If something ends in smoke, it produces no concrete or positive result. This expression refers to the boasting by a person of having put in a lot of efforts by him for a particular cause or to attain a result which is very difficult to be done by any person.
Ends of Justice :
The aims of justice
Enough and To Spare :
Etched in Stone :
Something, especially rules and customs, that cannot be changed at all is said to be etched in stone.
Eternal Triangle :
A problem arising from two men’s for one woman or two women’s love for one man.
Even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while. :
This expression means that even if people are ineffective or misguided, sometimes they can still be correct just by being lucky.
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