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  • Ally Pally ( Nickname of Alexandra Palace London )
  • Alma Mater ( the school or college from which a person has graduated )
  • American Home has an edifice complex ( American Home Magazine advertising slogan )
  • An Englishman's home is his castle ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • An ace caff with a nice museum attached ( Victoria & Albert Museum advertising slogan )
  • And shining morning face, creeping like a snail unwillingly to school
  • And that's flat
  • Animal Farm ( George Orwell book )
  • Annie Hall ( Woody Allen movie )
  • Architecture is music frozen in time ( Friedrich von Schelling quotation )
  • Art house
  • As flat as a pancake
  • As nervous as a whore in church
  • As poor as a church mouse
  • As safe as the Bank of England
  • At home with
  • Back office bean counter
  • Back to school
  • Balmoral Castle ( tourist attraction in Scotland )
  • Barn burner
  • Bat from the pavilion end ( slang term for a homosexual )
  • Be It Ever So Humble There's No Place Like Home ( John Howard Payne and Sir Henry Bishop song )
  • Because life's complicated enough ( Abbey National advertising slogan )
  • Beckingham Palace ( Nickname of David and Victoria Beckham's house )
  • Beer at home means Davenport's ( Davenport's beer advertising slogan )
  • Beetle bank
  • Belvedere Palace ( tourist attraction in Austria )
  • Big house
  • Big tent revival
  • Bleak House ( Charles Dickens book )
  • Body building
  • Bought the farm ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Break the bank
  • Bring home the bacon ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Bring it home to you
  • Bring the house down
  • Bringing it home to me ( Prime Television advertising slogan )
  • Broken home
  • Buck House ( Nickname of Buckingham Palace )
  • Bucket shop
  • Buckingham Palace ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Build A Better Life By Stealing Office Supplies ( Dilbert )
  • Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door
  • Build bridges
  • Build for the future
  • Build up your hopes
  • Builder's bum
  • Building castles in the air
  • Burger King - the home of the Whopper ( Burger King advertising slogan )
  • Burning Down The House ( Talking Heads song )
  • Buy the farm
  • By the hairs on my chinny chin chin, I'll blow your house down
  • Cackle factory
  • Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela ( tourist attraction in Spain )
  • Change of address
  • Chapel hat pegs
  • Charity begins at home
  • Charlie And The Chocolate Factory ( Roald Dahl book )
  • Charm school
  • Chartres Cathedral ( tourist attraction in France )
  • Chatham House rules
  • Children, one is one, two is fun, three is a house full
  • Chop shop
  • Clean house
  • Clearing house
  • Close to home
  • Cold Comfort Farm ( Stella Gibbons book )
  • Come and talk to the listening bank ( Midland Bank advertising slogan )
  • Come home to Birds Eye Country ( Birds Eye Frozen Foods advertising slogan )
  • Come home to a real fire ( Coal Board advertising slogan )
  • Come home to roost ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cop shop
  • Cottage economy
  • Cottage industry
  • Country house hotel ( an upmarket hotel located in a revamped rural mansion )
  • Crooked House ( Agatha Christie book )
  • Crying all the way to the bank ( A catchphrase from Liberace )
  • Doctor In The House ( Dirk Bogade / Luchino Visconti movie )
  • Don't leave home without it ( American Express advertising slogan )
  • Don't try this at home
  • Drive your point home
  • Driven home
  • ET phone home ( ET )
  • East, west, home's best
  • Eaten out of house and home
  • Edinburgh Castle ( tourist attraction in Scotland )
  • Eleanor Rigby picks up the rice in the church where a wedding has been ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Elvis has left the building
  • Empire State Building
  • Ethnic stocking ( the appointment to political office on the basis of ethnicity )
  • Everybody lies ( A catchphrase from Dr Gregory House in House )
  • Factory farming ( rearing livestock under industrial conditions )
  • Factory fresh
  • Factory outlet ( a shop where goods are sold directly to the public by the manufacturer )
  • Factory shop ( a retail outlet where goods are sold directly to the public by the manufacturer )
  • Fall flat
  • Fall flat on your face
  • Far better for being near to you ( The Chesham Building Society advertising slogan )
  • Farm fresh
  • First relationships last ( First National Bank of Chicago advertising slogan )
  • Flat broke
  • Flat out
  • Flat out like a lizard drinking
  • Flatten the pyramid
  • Fort Knox ( tourist attraction in USA )
  • Fort Worthless ( Nickname of Fort Worth Texas )
  • Frasier has left the building ( A catchphrase from Frasier )
  • Fringe theatre
  • Front of house
  • Full house
  • Funny farm
  • Garage band
  • Gargle factory
  • Gather 'round the good stuff ( Pizza Hut advertising slogan )
  • Get on like a house on fire
  • Get the Abbey habit ( Abbey National advertising slogan )
  • Glue factory
  • Go hard or go home
  • Go home in a box
  • Go home in an ambulance
  • Going going gone ( A baseball expression by which an announcer describes a home run that is heading over the fence )
  • Good to the last drop ( Maxwell House Coffee advertising slogan )
  • Granny flat
  • Greenhouse effect
  • Guggenheim Museum ( tourist attraction in Spain )
  • Halfway house
  • Hall of fame
  • Hammer it home
  • Have a flat
  • He huffed and he puffed and he blew their house down
  • Heartbreak Hotel ( Elvis Presley song )
  • Hearth and home
  • High church
  • High office
  • Hillybilly likes you! ( Hillybilly Vac Shack advertising slogan )
  • Hit home
  • Hold the fort
  • Home For The Holidays ( film starring Holly Hunter and Robert Downey Jr. )
  • Home James and don't spare the horses
  • Home alone
  • Home and dry
  • Home and hearth
  • Home and hosed
  • Home boy
  • Home delivery
  • Home free
  • Home from home
  • Home front
  • Home grown
  • Home haircut
  • Home improvement
  • Home is the hunter
  • Home is where the heart is
  • Home is wherever I lay my hat
  • Home maker
  • Home remedy
  • Home resort
  • Home rule
  • Home run
  • Home stretch
  • Home suite hotel ( Larkspur Landing Hotel advertising slogan )
  • Home sweet home
  • Home truth
  • Home worker
  • Home, home on the range
  • Honey I'm home
  • Hotel California ( Eagles album )
  • Hounded out of office
  • House and garden
  • House and home
  • House built on sand
  • House frau
  • House guest
  • House husband
  • House mother
  • House music
  • House of cards
  • House of ill repute
  • House rules
  • House style
  • House swap
  • How con-veen-ient! ( A catchphrase from The Church Lady In Saturday Night Live )
  • I Capture The Castle ( Dodie Smith book )
  • I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside ( British Music Hall song )
  • I want to be alone ( A catchphrase from Grand Hotel )
  • If you build it they will come
  • In a flat spin
  • In no time flat
  • In nothing flat
  • In the bank
  • Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom ( Harrison Ford / Steven Speilberg movie )
  • Investments with Abbey endings ( Abbey National Building Society advertising slogan )
  • Is there a doctor in the house?
  • It was the night before Christmas and all round the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse
  • It won't break the bank
  • Ivory tower
  • Just another day at the office
  • Keep a good house
  • Keep open house
  • Keep the home fires burning
  • Keep the shop and the shop will keep you
  • King of the castle
  • Knock flat
  • Knocking shop
  • Land office business
  • Laugh all the way to the bank
  • Liberty hall
  • Like a bull in a china shop
  • Like a good neighbor ( State Farm )
  • Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there ( State Farm Insurance advertising slogan )
  • Link farm
  • Live over the shop
  • Mad house
  • Maggie's Farm ( Bob Dylan song )
  • Make yourself at home
  • Mode for your abode ( Metropolitan Home advertising slogan )
  • Monstrous carbuncle on the face of an old friend ( Prince Charles quotation )
  • More reasons to shop at Morrisons ( WM Morrison's advertising slogan )
  • Mother church
  • Never tell tales out of school
  • No fixed abode
  • No music, no life ( Tower Records advertising slogan )
  • Northanger Abbey ( Jane Austen novel )
  • Not A Dry Eye In The House ( Meatloaf song )
  • Not a dry eye in the house
  • Not a dry seat in the house
  • Nothing to write home about
  • Notre Dame Cathedral ( tourist attraction in Paris France )
  • Number 10 Downing Street ( address of the British Prime Minister )
  • Nut factory
  • Office politics
  • Office space
  • Office work
  • Oh Give Me A Home Where The Buffalo Roam ( Brewster Higly song )
  • Old school
  • Old school tie
  • On the flat
  • On the house
  • One Size ( Nickname of Fitz Hall )
  • One card for home and abroad ( Maestro advertising slogan )
  • One stop shop
  • Open house
  • Out of office
  • POSH - Port out, starboard home ( false attribution of the origin of the word posh )
  • Paddy's Wigwam ( Nickname of The Roman Catholic Cathedral Liverpool )
  • Palace of Versailles ( tourist attraction in France )
  • Paper the house
  • Party Like a Rock Star ( Shop Boyz song )
  • Phone home
  • Pick up your marbles and go home
  • Piggy bank
  • Pile it high and sell it cheap
  • Pile of pants
  • Pile on the agony
  • Pile up
  • Playing to the gallery
  • Please address the court
  • Post early for Christmas ( Post Office advertising slogan )
  • Potala Palace ( tourist attraction in China )
  • Press your point home
  • Put your house in order
  • Pyramid scheme
  • Ram it home
  • Romp home
  • School dunce
  • School for scandal
  • School of fish
  • School of hard knocks
  • School of thought
  • School's out for summer
  • School's out forever
  • See what the future has in store ( Future Shop advertising slogan )
  • Semolina pilchard climbing up the Eiffel Tower ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Shack rat ( Canadian military slang term for a promiscuous female who visits military barracks to sleep with soldiers )
  • Shack up with
  • She's Leaving Home ( Beatles song )
  • Shed light on the matter
  • Shop 'till you drop
  • Shop Around ( Smokey Robinson song )
  • Shop around
  • Shovel ready ( a building project in which all the preliminaries have been arranged )
  • Shut it ( A catchphrase from The Office )
  • Shut up shop
  • Smallest room in the house
  • Some assembly required
  • Somebody somewhere wants a letter from you ( British Post Office advertising slogan )
  • St Paul's Cathedral ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Step into my office
  • Sunday school
  • Swept into office
  • Sydney Opera House ( tourist attraction in Australia )
  • Take home pay
  • Talk out of school
  • Talk shop
  • Talking shop
  • Taste as good as it smells ( Maxwell House Coffee advertising slogan )
  • Tell tales out of school
  • Temple Mount ( tourist attraction in Israel )
  • That brought it home to me
  • The Adventure of the Abbey Grange ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Adventure of the Empty House ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Adventure of the Priory School ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Anne Frank House ( tourist attraction in Amsterdam Netherlands )
  • The Bank of England ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • The Blue Mosque ( tourist attraction in Turkey )
  • The British Museum ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • The Bronx Zoo ( Nickname of Benjamin Harrison High School )
  • The Chrysler Building ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • The Cider House Rules ( Michael Caine movie )
  • The Conservative Party at prayer ( The Church of England )
  • The Doge's Palace ( tourist attraction in Italy )
  • The Dream Factory ( film or television studio where idealised concepts are manufactured - especially Hollywood )
  • The Eiffel Tower ( tourist attraction in Paris France )
  • The Empire State Building ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • The Frump Tower ( Nickname of Camilla Duchess of Cornwall )
  • The Golden Pavilion ( tourist attraction in Japan )
  • The Golden Temple ( tourist attraction in India )
  • The Great Pyramid ( tourist attraction in Cairo Egypt )
  • The Guggenheim Museum ( tourist attraction in Spain )
  • The Home Of Paul Bunyan And Babe The Blue Ox ( Nickname of Westwood California, Brainerd Minnesota and Bemidji Minnesota )
  • The Home Of The Masters ( Nickname of Augusta Georgia )
  • The House Doctor ( Pseudonym of Ron Hazelton )
  • The House of the Rising Sun ( The Animals song )
  • The Imperial Summer Palace ( tourist attraction in China )
  • The Leaning Tower of Pisa ( tourist attraction in Italy )
  • The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street ( Nickname of The Bank of England )
  • The Prince of the Palace ( Nickname of Tayshaun Prince )
  • The Raffles Hotel ( tourist attraction in Singapore )
  • The Red Fort ( tourist attraction in India )
  • The Sistine Chapel ( tourist attraction in the Vatican City Italy )
  • The Tower of London ( tourist attraction in England )
  • The Uffizi Gallery ( tourist attraction in Italy )
  • The Van Gogh Museum ( tourist attraction in Netherlands )
  • The White House ( tourist attraction in Washington USA )
  • The angel in the house
  • The bank of mum and dad
  • The bank that likes to say Yes ( Trustee Savings Bank advertising slogan )
  • The best seat in the house ( Jockey Shorts advertising slogan )
  • The chickens have come home to roost ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • The green green grass of home
  • The house of many doors
  • The house that Jack built ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • The king was in his counting house counting out his money ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • The last turkey in the shop
  • The lights are on but there's no one at home
  • The world's local bank ( HSBC advertising slogan )
  • There's no place like HBO ( Home Box Office advertising slogan )
  • There's no place like home
  • Think what we can do for you ( Bank of America advertising slogan )
  • This is a local shop, we'll have no trouble here ( A catchphrase from The League of Gentlemen )
  • This little piggy went to market, this little piggy stayed at home ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Thrift Shop ( Macklemore and Ryan Lewis with Wanz song )
  • Till the cows come home
  • Time to go home
  • To save and invest, talk to Natwest ( Natwest Bank advertising slogan )
  • To the Manor Born ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Together we make a great team ( Midland Bank advertising slogan )
  • Tomb Raider ( Angelina Jolie movie )
  • Top of the shop ( Bingo call for number ninety )
  • Tower of strength
  • True to you ( Julius Baer Private Bank advertising slogan )
  • Under construction
  • Versailles Palace ( tourist attraction in France )
  • We build excitement ( Pontiac advertising slogan )
  • We're with the Woolwich ( Woolwich Building Society advertising slogan )
  • Welcome home
  • Were you born in a barn?
  • Westminster Abbey ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • What Katy Did At School
  • When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them ( Buick advertising slogan )
  • Which bank? ( Commonwealth Bank of Australia advertising slogan )
  • Who lives in a house like this? ( A catchphrase from Through the Keyhole )
  • Wind farm
  • Windsor Castle ( tourist attraction in England )
  • With you, all the way ( State Bank of India advertising slogan )
  • Working from home
  • World cinema
  • You Can't Go Home Again
  • You can bank on it
  • You can take that to the bank
  • You can't fight city hall
  • You shop, we drop ( Tesco home delivery advertising slogan )
  • You'd be so nice to come home to
  • You've got questions, we've got answers ( Radio Shack advertising slogan )
  • Yours faithfully ( Trust House Forte advertising slogan )

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