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  • And the next object is ( A catchphrase from Twenty Questions )
  • Any time, any place, any where ( Martini advertising slogan )
  • At a loose end
  • At knife point
  • At the end of a gun
  • At the end of the day
  • At the end of your rope
  • At the end of your tether
  • At this point in time
  • At your wits' end
  • Be It Ever So Humble There's No Place Like Home ( John Howard Payne and Sir Henry Bishop song )
  • Beside the point
  • Better by design
  • Between a rock and a hard place ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Bird's eye view
  • Bow to reason
  • Bring to an end
  • Business end
  • Calgon, take me away! ( Calgon advertising slogan )
  • Can't see beyond the end of your nose
  • Cheer up, it's not the end of the world
  • Click into place
  • Colour one's view
  • Come into view
  • Come to a sticky end
  • Cover Point ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Dead end
  • Deep Point ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Design flaw
  • Design for life
  • Dim view
  • Direct mail
  • Direct to your door
  • Distance lends enchantment to the view
  • Does you does, or does you don't take Access? ( Access Credit Card advertising slogan )
  • Don't shoot the messenger
  • Don't shoot the piano player
  • Don't shoot until you can see the whites of their eyes
  • Don't take it lying down
  • Don't take on so
  • Double take
  • Doubt is the beginning not the end of wisdom
  • Drive your point home
  • End in itself
  • End of a perfect day
  • End of an era
  • End of story
  • End of the ball game
  • End of the line
  • End product
  • End up at
  • Every Breath You Take ( The Police song )
  • Every man for himself and the devil take the hindmost
  • Evil intent
  • Feel 95 point great ( Capital FM advertising slogan )
  • Fit for purpose
  • Flash point
  • General purpose
  • Genius bonus ( a joke or theme added to a programme aimed at well informed people )
  • Get a gold star ( earn a merit point for doing well )
  • Get hold of the wrong end of the stick
  • Get straight to the point
  • Get the point
  • Get to the end of your tether
  • Get your end away
  • Give and take
  • Give him an inch and he'll take a mile
  • Give or take
  • Go off the deep end
  • Good Time, Great Taste, That's Why This is My Place ( McDonald's advertising slogan )
  • Gravy train
  • Happy place
  • Hard to place
  • Hard to take
  • Have your hair stand on end
  • Hey, Soul Sister ( Train song )
  • Higher purpose
  • I Can't Take My Eyes Off You ( Muse song )
  • I'll take my hat off to you
  • I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore! ( line from the movie Network )
  • If I tell you I will have to shoot you
  • If it doesn't get all over the place, it doesn't belong in your face ( Carl's Jr advertising slogan )
  • If that don't take the rag off the bush
  • In point of fact
  • In the right place at the right time
  • It doesn't take a minute to bag it and bin it ( UK public advertisement advertising slogan )
  • It stands to reason
  • It will all end in tears
  • It's The End Of The World As We Know It ( R.E.M. song )
  • It's how the smooth take the rough ( Range Rover advertising slogan )
  • Journey's end
  • Jumping off point
  • Just shoot me
  • Keep your end up
  • Kept in your place
  • Know which end is up
  • Leave the gun, take the cannoli ( line from The Godfather )
  • Let me take you down, cos I'm going to Strawberry Fields ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Let nature take its course
  • Let the train take the strain ( British Rail advertising slogan )
  • Light at the end of the tunnel
  • Lightning never strikes twice in the same place
  • Listen to reason
  • Makes your hair stands on end
  • Making the sky the best place on Earth ( Air France advertising slogan )
  • McDonald's is Your Kind of Place ( McDonald's advertising slogan )
  • Money is no object
  • Moot point
  • Never hear the end of it
  • Nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there
  • Night Train ( Nickname of Dick Lane )
  • Ninth inning ( A baseball expression meaning an event or process is near the end )
  • No earthly reason
  • No end of
  • Not fit for purpose
  • Not the beginning of the end, but the end of the beginning
  • Not to put too fine a point on it
  • Object lesson
  • On the receiving end
  • On the take
  • Open the box ( A catchphrase from Take Your Pick )
  • Out of place
  • Paternal bonus ( a joke or theme added to a childrens programme aimed at adults )
  • Place of safety
  • Place your bets
  • Point Break ( Keanu Reeves movie )
  • Point Percy at the porcelain
  • Point blank range
  • Point duty
  • Point of sale
  • Point of view
  • Point out
  • Point the finger
  • Point to point
  • Press your point home
  • Pride of place
  • Put an end to
  • Put in his place
  • Rest up ( take a break from one's arduous efforts )
  • Revenge sex ( sex with the intention of infecting a partner with Aids )
  • Rhyme nor reason
  • Road train
  • Score an own goal
  • Screw your courage to the sticking place
  • Set in train
  • Shallow end
  • Shit ( or short ) end of the stick
  • Shoot 'em up
  • Shoot a birdie ( score one under par in a golf shot )
  • Shoot a fairy
  • Shoot blanks
  • Shoot down in flames ( destroy an argument or theory )
  • Shoot first, ask questions later
  • Shoot from the hip
  • Shoot him down in flames
  • Shoot hoops
  • Shoot it out
  • Shoot me now
  • Shoot on sight
  • Shoot someone a line
  • Shoot straight ( to talk or deal honestly )
  • Shoot the breeze
  • Shoot the moon ( remove household goods by night to avoid paying rent )
  • Shoot the puppy
  • Shoot through ( to leave or abscond )
  • Shoot to kill
  • Shoot your cuffs
  • Shoot your mouth off
  • Shoot yourself in the foot
  • Short end of the stick
  • Shut up and take my money ( A catchphrase from Futurama )
  • Silly Point ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Single point of contact
  • Sit up and take notice
  • Sitting target
  • Soft target
  • Soul train
  • Spit take ( spitting out a drink in response to a joke or surprise )
  • Step up to the mark ( mark yourself ready to take responsibility )
  • Sticking point
  • Stop, or my mom will shoot ( line from Sylvestor Stallone movie )
  • Strangers On A Train ( Farley Granger / Alfred Hitchcock movie )
  • Stretch a point
  • Take A Walk On The Wild Side ( Lou Reed song )
  • Take Five ( Dave Brubeck tune )
  • Take On Me ( a-ha song )
  • Take The A Train ( Duke Ellington tune )
  • Take These Chains From My Heart ( Ray Charles song )
  • Take a Mulligan
  • Take a Thomas Cook at our prices! ( Thomas Cook Travel advertising slogan )
  • Take a back seat
  • Take a bath
  • Take a bath in the dark tonight and let the water make love to your skin ( Lavin Perfumes & Soaps advertising slogan )
  • Take a beating
  • Take a bite out of crime
  • Take a bite out of crime! ( National Crime Prevention Council advertising slogan )
  • Take a bite out of something
  • Take a blue pencil to
  • Take a bow
  • Take a breather
  • Take a butchers ( Cockney rhyming slang for look )
  • Take a chance on me ( ABBA lyric )
  • Take a chill pill
  • Take a cold hard look
  • Take a dip
  • Take a fall for
  • Take a few deep breaths
  • Take a flier
  • Take a gamble
  • Take a gander
  • Take a hammering
  • Take a hard line
  • Take a healthy interest
  • Take a hike
  • Take a long walk off a short pier
  • Take a long walk off a short plank
  • Take a moment
  • Take a pew
  • Take a pop at
  • Take a pot shot at
  • Take a powder
  • Take a raincheck
  • Take a running jump
  • Take a seat
  • Take a shine to
  • Take a stab at
  • Take a stand
  • Take a swing at
  • Take a turn for the worse
  • Take account of
  • Take advantage of
  • Take after
  • Take aim
  • Take apart
  • Take care of
  • Take care of the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves
  • Take centre stage
  • Take charge
  • Take courage ( Courage Beer advertising slogan )
  • Take cuts at someone ( A baseball expression meaning taking a verbal swing or striking a blow at a reputation )
  • Take down a peg or two
  • Take five
  • Take flight
  • Take for granted
  • Take fright
  • Take home pay
  • Take in your stride
  • Take issue with
  • Take it as read
  • Take it as you find it
  • Take it easy
  • Take it for a spin
  • Take it from the top
  • Take it in good part
  • Take it into your head
  • Take it like a man
  • Take it offline
  • Take it on the chin
  • Take it on the lam
  • Take it or leave it
  • Take it outside
  • Take it to heart
  • Take it to the mattresses
  • Take it to the next level
  • Take it up a gear
  • Take it up a notch
  • Take it with a grain of salt
  • Take leave of your senses
  • Take liberties
  • Take liberties with
  • Take me out to the ball game
  • Take me to the river
  • Take me to your leader
  • Take no prisoners
  • Take note of
  • Take one day at a time
  • Take one for the team
  • Take shape
  • Take someone out
  • Take someone to law
  • Take someone to one side
  • Take someone to task
  • Take someone to the woodshed
  • Take someone's word for it
  • Take something on board
  • Take steps
  • Take stock
  • Take the Michael
  • Take the air
  • Take the bait
  • Take the biscuit
  • Take the bit between your teeth
  • Take the bread out of someone's mouth
  • Take the bull by the horns
  • Take the chequered flag
  • Take the count
  • Take the easy way out
  • Take the edge off
  • Take the field ( begin a sporting event or a military campaign )
  • Take the good with the bad
  • Take the king's shilling
  • Take the law into your own hands
  • Take the lead
  • Take the mickey
  • Take the money and run
  • Take the money, open the box
  • Take the piss
  • Take the pledge
  • Take the plunge
  • Take the rap
  • Take the rough with the smooth
  • Take the shilling
  • Take the shirt off your back
  • Take the town by storm
  • Take the veil
  • Take the weight off your feet
  • Take the wind out of my sails
  • Take the words out of my mouth
  • Take time out
  • Take to the boats
  • Take to the hills
  • Take to your bed
  • Take two aspirin and call me in the morning
  • Take umbrage
  • Take under your wing
  • Take up residence
  • Take up the cudgels for
  • Take up the slack
  • Take up your bed and walk
  • Take with a grain of salt
  • Take with a pinch of salt
  • Take your breath away
  • Take your cue
  • Take your groceries for a swim
  • Take your hand in marriage
  • Take your hat off to
  • Take your heels
  • Take your life
  • Take your life in your hands
  • Take your lumps
  • Take your mind of it
  • Take your pick
  • Take your pleasure where you can find it
  • Talking point
  • That Obscure Object Of Desire ( Luis Bunuel movie )
  • The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Age Of Reason ( Jean Paul Sartre book )
  • The Age of Reason
  • The Big Train ( Nickname of Walter Johnson )
  • The Blue End State ( Nickname of the US state of Delaware )
  • The Devil take the hindmost
  • The Devil take you
  • The End Of The World ( Nickname of Anchorage Alaska )
  • The be all and end all
  • The beginning of the end
  • The bitter end
  • The case in point
  • The deep end
  • The end of civilization as we know it
  • The end of the road
  • The end of the world is nigh
  • The happiest place on Earth ( Disneyland advertising slogan )
  • The light at the end of the tunnel may just be a train coming the other way
  • The means to an end
  • The mind is its own place, and in itself, can make a Heav'n of Hell, a Hell of Heav'n ( from a poem by Milton )
  • The point of contact ( Sprint advertising slogan )
  • The point of no return
  • The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow
  • The right place at the wrong time
  • The shit end of the stick
  • The short end of the stick
  • The thick end of
  • The view from the top
  • The war to end wars
  • There's A Place For Us ( Leonhard Bernstein song )
  • There's a time and a place for everything
  • There's no place like HBO ( Home Box Office advertising slogan )
  • There's no place like home
  • They Shoot Horses Don't They? ( Jane Fonda movie )
  • Thin end of the wedge
  • This is the age of the train ( British Rail advertising slogan )
  • Thrown in at the deep end
  • Till the end of time
  • Tipping point
  • Top people take the Times ( The Times advertising slogan )
  • Toward this end
  • Train crash
  • Train of thought
  • Train whistle blowing
  • Train wreck
  • Turkey shoot
  • Ukraine Train ( Nickname of Vitaly Potapenko )
  • View from a Bridge ( play by Arthur Miller )
  • Voice of reason
  • War room ( the place where war plans are directed )
  • War zone ( the area that a war has taken place )
  • Wardrobe malfunction ( when an item of clothing slips out of place to expose part of the body - typically a woman's breast )
  • We aim to please
  • We'll take good care of you ( British Airways advertising slogan )
  • What's the point?
  • Within reason
  • World view
  • World without end
  • You can take that to the bank
  • You can't take it back, it's out there ( When Harry met Sally )
  • You can't take it with you
  • You pay your money and you take your choice
  • You take the high road: I'll take the low road
  • You'll never take me alive copper
  • Your place or mine?
  • Zabriskie Point ( Michelangelo Antonioni movie )

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