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  • Idiomatically, we recognize this when we say, "the reality is ..." meaning something that has to be dealt with, something that isn't an option.

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  • Idiomatically one can "salt" an essay with something just as one can "pepper" it with something.

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  • Idiomatically, you should have said "I'm coming along, but I'm not there yet", 'and Cloud explained in detail.

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  • Idiomatically speaking: It's easier to tear down than to build up.

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  • Idiomatically, it refers to that condition, common among hot-pepper aficionados, when too much spice makes your nose run.

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  • Idiomatically speaking: It's easier to tear down than to build up.

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