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have a field day

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  • If we don't get the Werewolves quickly the buggers'll have their own mint — a few quick phone calls and money'll be in the mail, the poor bloody victims happy to pay off to escape their attention — and every other bloody villain here with a sense of larceny will have a field day too. "

    Noble House

  • Fortune has dropped a beautiful campaign into Piggle-wiggle’s lap for next year, and you and I will have a field day — provided, that is, that we can learn to get along with Piggle-wiggle as our commanding officer!

    The First Man in Rome

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