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  • A class act
  • A lot of fuss about nothing
  • A lot on your plate ( having many responsibilities )
  • A, B, C, D, E, Your public library has arranged these in ways that make you cry, giggle, laugh, love, hate, wonder, ponder and understand ( American Library Association advertising slogan )
  • All set
  • All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players
  • Anyone for tennis?
  • As solid as a rock
  • As solid as an oak
  • As solid as the ground we walk on
  • As stiff as a poker
  • Baby Braves ( Nickname of a group of Atlanta Braves )
  • Bad lot
  • Baggage class
  • Best in class
  • Blow off the stage
  • Bored stiff
  • Business class
  • Cattle class
  • Class act
  • Class warfare
  • Desmond Tutu ( Cockney rhyming slang for Second class degree ( 2,2 ) )
  • Different class
  • Don't put your daughter on the stage Mrs Worthington
  • Economy class
  • Economy class syndrome
  • Engineering tomorrow's world ( BICC Group advertising slogan )
  • Exit stage left
  • Face card ( the jack queeen or king in a set of playing cards )
  • Faith group
  • Fat berg ( a solid mass of grease in a sewer )
  • First among equals ( the most senior person in a group of equal rank )
  • Form is temporary, class is permanent
  • Game set and match
  • Get your kit off
  • Give me a break! Break me off a piece of that Kit Kat bar! ( Kit Kat chocolate advertising slogan )
  • Go to the top of the class
  • Got your heart set on
  • Group dynamics
  • Group hug ( a hug shared as an expression of friendship or solidarity )
  • Group of death ( the most difficult or competitive group in a sports tournament )
  • Group sex
  • Harden off
  • Harden your heart against
  • Have a break, have a Kit Kat ( Kit Kat chocolate advertising slogan )
  • High class
  • Horsy set
  • If it ain't Stiff it ain't worth a f*ck ( Stiff Records advertising slogan )
  • If you like a lot of chocolate on your biscuit join our Club ( Jacob's Club advertising slogan )
  • In a class of his own
  • Isn't that a lot for a bottle of Scotch? Yes ( Chivas Regal Scotch advertising slogan )
  • It leaves a lot to be desired
  • It's a lot less bovver than a Hover ( Qualcast advertising slogan )
  • It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
  • Jet setter
  • Keep a stiff upper lip
  • Kit and caboodle
  • Lay the table
  • Leaves a lot to be desired
  • Murderers' Row ( A baseball expression denoting a group of talented individuals or valuable assets )
  • No fixed abode
  • Not a lot ( A catchphrase from Paul Daniels )
  • Not a lot of people know that ( A catchphrase from Michael Caine )
  • On your mark, get set, go
  • Ready set go
  • Ready, get set, go
  • Red Army Fraction ( German left wing terrorist group also call Red Army Faction )
  • Rock solid
  • Scared stiff
  • Score to settle
  • Second class
  • Serious bit of kit
  • Serving All our Community ( Brampton's Arts Group advertising slogan )
  • Set Fire to the Rain ( Adele song )
  • Set a thief to catch a thief
  • Set eyes on
  • Set foot in
  • Set forth
  • Set great store by
  • Set in concrete
  • Set in motion
  • Set in train
  • Set of wheels
  • Set sail
  • Set straight
  • Set the Thames on fire
  • Set the record straight
  • Set the stage
  • Set the world on fire
  • Set the world to rights
  • Set tongues wagging
  • Set your cap at
  • Set your face against something
  • Set your hair on fire
  • Set your heart on something
  • Set your mind at ease
  • Set your sights on
  • Set your stall out
  • Set your teeth on edge
  • Set yourself apart
  • Settle out of court
  • Shovel ready ( a building project in which all the preliminaries have been arranged )
  • So round, so firm, so fully packed ( Lucky Strike Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Stage door Johnny
  • Star of stage and screen
  • Stiff competition
  • Straight sets
  • Take centre stage
  • Ten summersets he'll undertake on solid ground ( Beatles song lyric )
  • The Cannonball Kid ( Nickname of tennis player Roscoe Tanner )
  • The Immaculate Collection ( Madonna album )
  • The empire on which the sun never sets
  • The rot has set in
  • The stage is set
  • The sun never sets on the British Empire
  • The truth shall set you free
  • There's a lot of it about ( A catchphrase from Spike Milligan )
  • This precious stone set in the silver sea, this sceptered isle
  • Win faster ( One Brand Group advertising slogan )
  • Working Class Hero ( John Lennon song )
  • Working class
  • World class
  • World class, worldwide ( Air Canada advertising slogan )
  • Wot a lot I got ( Smarties advertising slogan )
  • You could learn a lot from a dummy, Buckle Up ( National Highway Traffic Safety Administration advertising slogan )
  • You've got a lot to live, and Pepsi's got a lot to give ( Pepsi advertising slogan )

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