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  • 1066 And All That: A Memorable History Of England ( W. C. Sellar book )
  • A Bouquet Of Barbed Wire ( Andrea Newman book )
  • A Brief History Of Time ( Stephen Hawking book )
  • A Christmas Carol ( Charles Dickens book )
  • A Clockwork Orange ( Anthony Burgess book and Stanley Kubrick movie )
  • A Fatal Inversion ( Barbara Vine book )
  • A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Future: Twists And Turns, And Lessons Learned ( Michael J. Fox book )
  • A Journey To The Center Of The Earth ( Jules Verne book )
  • A Kestrel For A Knave ( Barry Hines book )
  • A Murder Is Announced ( Agatha Christie book )
  • A Passage To India ( E. M. Forster book and David Lean movie )
  • A Perfect Spy ( John Le Carre book )
  • A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man ( James Joyce book )
  • A Prayer For Owen Meany ( John Irving book )
  • A Room With A View ( E M Forster book )
  • A Short History Of Nearly Everything ( Bill Bryson book )
  • A Short History Of Tractors In Ukrainian ( Marina Lewycka book )
  • A Streetcar Named Desire ( Tennessee Williams play )
  • A Suitable Boy ( Vikram Seth book )
  • A Tale Of Two Cities ( Charles Dickens book )
  • A Thousand Splendid Suns ( Khaled Hosseine book )
  • A Town Like Alice ( Nevil Shute book )
  • Adolf Hitler: My Part In His Downfall ( Spike Milligan book )
  • All Fun And Games Until Somebody Loses An Eye ( Christopher Brookmyer book )
  • All Quiet On The Western Front ( Erich Maria Remarque book and WWII movie )
  • Always have your nose in a book
  • And The Band Played On ( Randy Shilts book )
  • And Then There Were None ( Agatha Christie book )
  • Angela's Ashes ( Frank McCourt book )
  • Animal Farm ( George Orwell book )
  • Anna Karenina ( Leo Tolstoy book )
  • Anne Of Green Gables ( Lucy Maud Montgomery book )
  • Any time, anywhere, acid indigestion can catch you out ( Alka Selzer advertising slogan )
  • Around The World In Eighty Days ( Jules Verne book )
  • Art Of War ( Sun Tzu book )
  • As I Lay Dying ( William Faulkner book )
  • As many chins as a Chinese phone book
  • Ask a silly question and you'll get a silly answer ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • At a pinch
  • Bean Burrito ( Nickname of basketball player Nick Young )
  • Because I could not stop for death he kindly stopped for me ( from a poem by Dickinson )
  • Bell, book and candle ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Best stop now
  • Black Beauty ( Anna Sewell book )
  • Bleak House ( Charles Dickens book )
  • Blind Before I Stop ( Meatloaf song )
  • Blue collar worker
  • Book him
  • Book him Danno ( A catchphrase from Hawaii Five-O )
  • Book learning
  • Book worm
  • Brave New World ( Aldous Huxley book )
  • Breakfast At Tiffany's ( Truman Capote book )
  • Breakfast Of Champions ( Kurt Vonnegut book )
  • Brideshead Revisited ( Evelyn Waugh book )
  • Bright Lights, Big City ( Jay Mcinerney book )
  • Bring to book
  • Brought to book
  • Brush with the law
  • Build A Better Life By Stealing Office Supplies ( Dilbert )
  • Buy one, get one free
  • By the book ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Can I Get A Witness? ( Marvin Gaye song )
  • Can of corn ( A baseball expression meaning a ball which is easy to catch )
  • Can't Get Enough of That Golden Crisp ( Golden Crisp Cereals advertising slogan )
  • Can't Get You Out of My Head ( Kylie Minogue song )
  • Can't get enough of this ( Ford Cars advertising slogan )
  • Canteen culture ( boorish behaviour by rank and file police or soldiers ) ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Captain Corelli's Mandolin ( Louis de Bernieres book )
  • Captain Underpants And The Invasion Of The Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies From Outer Space ( Dav Pilkey book )
  • Captain Underpants And The Perilous Plot Of Professor Poopypants ( Dav Pilkey book )
  • Captain Underpants And The Wrath Of The Wicked Wedgie Woman ( Dav Pilkey book )
  • Capture the imagination
  • Carpe diem ( latin expression meaning seize the day ) ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Catch 22 ( Joseph Heller book ) ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Catch a case
  • Catch a cold
  • Catch a falling star
  • Catch a wave
  • Catch as catch can
  • Catch fire
  • Catch hell
  • Catch of the day
  • Catch on
  • Catch our smile ( PSA advertising slogan )
  • Catch some rays
  • Catch some zzzs
  • Catch that Pepsi spirit. Drink it in, drink it in, drink it in ( Pepsi advertising slogan )
  • Catch you later
  • Catch your breath
  • Catch your death of cold
  • Catch your eye
  • Charlie And The Chocolate Factory ( Roald Dahl book )
  • Check it out
  • Check out
  • Check out the plumbing
  • Check the plumbing
  • Check you on the flip side
  • Check your sources
  • Citizen's arrest
  • Closed book
  • Cloud Atlas ( David Mitchell book )
  • Cold Comfort Farm ( Stella Gibbons book )
  • Come And Get It ( Badfinger song )
  • Come and get it
  • Cop a feel
  • Cop a packet
  • Cop a plea
  • Cop an attitude
  • Cop an attitude ( adopt an aggressive stance ) ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cop hold of that
  • Cop killer
  • Cop off
  • Cop one
  • Cop out
  • Cop shop
  • Costa Del Crime
  • Crack a book
  • Crime And Punishment ( Fyodor Dostoyevsky book )
  • Crime Dog ( Nickname of baseball player Fred McGriff )
  • Crime against nature
  • Crime doesn't pay
  • Crime of passion
  • Crooked House ( Agatha Christie book )
  • David Copperfield ( Charles Dickens book )
  • Dead Man Walking ( Helen Prejean book )
  • Death On The Nile ( Agatha Christie book )
  • Death On The Orient Express ( Agatha Christie book )
  • Did you get dressed in the dark?
  • Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? ( Philip K. Dick book )
  • Doctor Strangelove Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb ( Peter Sellers movie )
  • Don't Stand So Close To Me ( Police song )
  • Don't Stop Believin' ( Journey song )
  • Don't Stop Me Now ( Queen song )
  • Don't get a complex, get Amplex ( Amplex Deodorant advertising slogan )
  • Don't get a face on
  • Don't get mad get even
  • Don't get me started
  • Don't get vexed, ask Teletext ( Teletext advertising slogan )
  • Don't get your balls in an uproar
  • Don't get your knickers in a knot
  • Don't get your knickers in a twist
  • Don't get your tits in the wringer
  • Don't get your wires crossed
  • Don't have nightmares ( A catchphrase from Nick Ross )
  • Don't just book it, Thomas Cook it ( Thomas Cook advertising slogan )
  • Double check
  • Draw a bead on
  • Draw a blank
  • Draw a line in the sand
  • Draw a veil over
  • Draw out
  • Draw someone's fire
  • Draw the line
  • Draw to a close
  • Draw your horns in
  • Eats, Shoots And Leaves ( Lynne Truss book )
  • Even Cowgirls Get The Blues ( Tom Robbins book )
  • Every Breath You Take ( The Police song )
  • Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic ( Police song )
  • Every trick in the book
  • Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex But Were Afraid To Ask ( David Reuben book )
  • Evil Under The Sun ( Agatha Christie book )
  • Face that could stop a clock
  • Far From The Madding Crowd ( Thomas Hardy book )
  • Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas ( Hunter S. Thompson book )
  • Feel someone's collar
  • Feel the pinch
  • Fifty Shades of Grey ( E L James book )
  • First Among Equals ( Jeffrey Archer book )
  • First catch your hare
  • Flattery will get you everywhere
  • Flattery will get you nowhere
  • For mash get Smash ( Cadbury's Smash advertising slogan )
  • From the get go
  • Get Back ( The Beatles song )
  • Get Buckets ( Nickname of basketball player Ricky Davis )
  • Get N or get out ( Nintendo 64 advertising slogan )
  • Get Off My Cloud ( Rolling Stones song )
  • Get Rich quick ( Kenco Really Rich Coffee advertising slogan )
  • Get a bang out of something
  • Get a can on
  • Get a feel for
  • Get a fix on
  • Get a gold star ( earn a merit point for doing well )
  • Get a grip
  • Get a handle on
  • Get a kick out of it
  • Get a legger on
  • Get a life
  • Get a little extra help ( Halifax advertising slogan )
  • Get a load of that
  • Get a load on
  • Get a move on
  • Get a shift on
  • Get a toehold
  • Get a wiggle on
  • Get a word in edgeways ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Get above yourself
  • Get around to it
  • Get at
  • Get away from it all
  • Get away with it
  • Get away with murder
  • Get away with you!
  • Get away! ( Lunn Polly advertising slogan )
  • Get back at
  • Get back on your feet
  • Get back together
  • Get back your oo with Typhoo ( Typhoo Tea advertising slogan )
  • Get behind in your work
  • Get busy with the fizzy ( Soda Stream advertising slogan )
  • Get by
  • Get carried away
  • Get connected! ( G4 advertising slogan )
  • Get cracking
  • Get down
  • Get down Shep ( A catchphrase from John Noakes On Blue Peter )
  • Get down and dirty
  • Get down and get funky
  • Get down to brass tacks
  • Get down to business
  • Get down with the kids
  • Get even
  • Get fresh
  • Get good wood on it
  • Get hitched
  • Get hold of the wrong end of the stick
  • Get hooked on
  • Get in on the act
  • Get in on the ground floor
  • Get in shape
  • Get in your hair
  • Get into a scrape
  • Get into bed with
  • Get into deep water
  • Get into gear
  • Get into hot water
  • Get into shape
  • Get into someone's pants
  • Get into the habit
  • Get into the swing of it
  • Get into your stride
  • Get it in the neck
  • Get it into your head
  • Get it off your chest
  • Get it on
  • Get it out of your system
  • Get it straight
  • Get it together
  • Get it up
  • Get knotted
  • Get laid
  • Get loaded
  • Get lost
  • Get more ( T-Mobile advertising slogan )
  • Get my drift
  • Get naked
  • Get no change out of someone
  • Get nowhere fast
  • Get off lightly
  • Get off my back
  • Get off my case
  • Get off my tail
  • Get off on the right foot
  • Get off on the wrong foot
  • Get off the dime
  • Get off the ground
  • Get off the mark
  • Get off to a bad start
  • Get off to a flying start
  • Get off with
  • Get off your arse
  • Get off your bike
  • Get off your high horse
  • Get on in life
  • Get on like a house on fire
  • Get on with it
  • Get on your hind legs
  • Get on your nerves
  • Get out of hand
  • Get out of jail free
  • Get out of jail free card ( a means of avoiding justice - from the eponymous card in the Monopoly boardgame )
  • Get out of my face
  • Get out of my hair
  • Get out of that ( A catchphrase from Eric Morecambe )
  • Get out of the wrong side of the bed
  • Get out there ( Royal Caribbean cruise lines advertising slogan )
  • Get over it
  • Get over yourself
  • Get ready to rumble ( prepare to fight or do battle )
  • Get real
  • Get religion
  • Get rich quick
  • Get round the table
  • Get shot of
  • Get shut of
  • Get some shuteye
  • Get straight to the point
  • Get stuck in
  • Get stuffed
  • Get stupid
  • Get the Abbey habit ( Abbey National advertising slogan )
  • Get the ball rolling
  • Get the better of
  • Get the bit between your teeth
  • Get the chop
  • Get the creative juices flowing
  • Get the drift
  • Get the drop on
  • Get the feel of
  • Get the hang of it
  • Get the hell out of Dodge
  • Get the jump on
  • Get the lead out
  • Get the low down
  • Get the message
  • Get the monkey off my back
  • Get the needle
  • Get the picture
  • Get the point
  • Get the push
  • Get the sack
  • Get the scoop
  • Get the show on the road
  • Get the upper hand
  • Get thee behind me Satan
  • Get thee to a nunnery
  • Get to first base
  • Get to first base with
  • Get to grips with
  • Get to second base
  • Get to the bottom of
  • Get to the end of your tether
  • Get to the heart of the matter
  • Get under way
  • Get under your feet
  • Get under your skin
  • Get up and go
  • Get up steam
  • Get up to speed
  • Get up your nose
  • Get used to it
  • Get weaving
  • Get well soon
  • Get while the getting's good
  • Get while the going is good
  • Get wind of
  • Get with it
  • Get with the program
  • Get your act together
  • Get your ass into gear
  • Get your ass over here
  • Get your coat
  • Get your coat, you've pulled
  • Get your ducks in a row
  • Get your end away
  • Get your eye in
  • Get your facts straight
  • Get your family into Shape, without them even noticing ( St. Ivel Yogurt advertising slogan )
  • Get your feet under the table
  • Get your feet wet
  • Get your fingers burnt
  • Get your foot in the door
  • Get your hands dirty
  • Get your head around something
  • Get your head down
  • Get your head together
  • Get your hooks into something
  • Get your kit off
  • Get your leg over
  • Get your lumps
  • Get your marching orders
  • Get your message across
  • Get your money's worth
  • Get your monkey up
  • Get your paws on it
  • Get your retaliation in first
  • Get your rocks off
  • Get your shit together
  • Get your skates on
  • Get your smile on ( Lay's potato chips advertising slogan )
  • Get your tanks off my lawn
  • Get your teeth into
  • Get your ticket punched
  • Get your toe in the door
  • Get your way
  • Go by the book ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Good cop, bad cop
  • Goodnight Mister Tom book by Michelle Magorian
  • Got To Get You Into My Life ( The Beatles song )
  • Gravity check
  • Great Expectations ( Charles Dickens book )
  • Guards! Guards! ( Terry Pratchett book )
  • Guards, seize him
  • Had it up to here
  • Had up
  • Half inch ( Cockney rhyming slang for pinch )
  • Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets ( J. K. Rowling book )
  • Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban ( J. K. Rowling book )
  • Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone ( J. K. Rowling book )
  • Helping the police with their enquiries
  • His Dark Materials ( Philip Pullman book )
  • His life's an open book
  • Hot under the collar
  • How To Win Friends And Influence People ( Dale Carnegie book )
  • I Can't Get No Satisfaction ( Rolling Stones song )
  • I Can't Stop Loving You ( Ray Charles song )
  • I Capture The Castle ( Dodie Smith book )
  • I Get Around ( Beach Boys song )
  • I arrest you in the name of the law
  • I can read you like a book
  • I didn't get where I am today ( A catchphrase from Martin Clunes In Reggie Perrin )
  • I get knocked down, but I get up again ( Chumbawumba song )
  • I get no respect, I tell ya ( A catchphrase from Rodney Dangerfield In Comedy Monologue )
  • I'll Get By With Little Help From My Friends ( The Beatles song )
  • I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here ( Reality TV show )
  • I'm a celebrity get me out of here
  • I've fallen and I can't get up! ( LifeCall Personal Emergency Response Systems advertising slogan )
  • If enough people would stop smoking and start drinking, we could get out of ashtrays and into vermouth ( Cinzano advertising slogan )
  • If it doesn't get all over the place, it doesn't belong in your face ( Carl's Jr advertising slogan )
  • If the sky falls we shall catch larks
  • If you can't do the time, don't do the crime
  • If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen ( A catchphrase from Harry S Truman )
  • If you don't get it, you don't get it ( The Washington Post advertising slogan )
  • If you lie down with dogs, you will get up with fleas
  • If you pay peanuts, you get monkeys
  • If you vote for Goldwater, you'll get a war in Vietnam ( Political slogan )
  • If you want to get ahead, get a hat ( Hat Council advertising slogan )
  • In good nick
  • In the nick of time
  • It takes a thief to catch a thief
  • It's a dirty job, but somebody has to do it ( A catchphrase from Nick Stone In Tightrope )
  • It's a fair cop
  • It's so big, you've gotta grin to get it in ( Wagon Wheels advertising slogan )
  • Jane Eyre ( Charlotte Bronte book )
  • Just because you are paranoid it doesn't mean that they aren't out to get you
  • Kane And Abel ( Jeffrey Archer book )
  • Keep in check
  • Known to the police
  • Leg pull
  • Les Liaisons Dangereuses ( Pierre-Ambroise-Francois Choderlos De Laclos book )
  • Let the punishment fit the crime
  • Let's Get It On ( Marvin Gaye song )
  • Let's get busy
  • Let's get out of these wet clothes and into a dry Martini
  • Let's get physical
  • Lie down with dogs: get up with fleas
  • Little Women ( Louisa May Alcott book )
  • Little black book
  • Long Stop ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Lord Of The Flies ( William Golding book )
  • Lord Of The Rings ( J R R Tolkien book )
  • Luck of the draw
  • Make a list; check it twice
  • Memoirs Of A Geisha ( Arthur Golden book )
  • Message in A Bottle ( Police song )
  • Missed it by that much! ( A catchphrase from Get Smart )
  • Mr. Midshipman Easy ( Frederick Marryat book )
  • Never judge a book by its cover
  • Nice work if you can get it
  • Nick at Night ( Nickname of Nick Van Exel )
  • Nick is for kids ( Nickelodeon TV channel advertising slogan )
  • Nick the Quick ( Nickname of Nick Van Exel )
  • Night Watch ( Terry Pratchett book )
  • Nineteen Eighty-Four ( George Orwell book )
  • Nose for crime
  • Not much cop
  • Notes From The Underground ( Fyodor Dostoevsky book )
  • Nothing is real and nothing to get hung about ( The Beatles song lyric )
  • Noughts And Crosses ( book series by Malorie Blackman )
  • Of Mice And Men ( John Steinbeck book )
  • Oh, Max! ( A catchphrase from Get Smart )
  • Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard to get her poor doggie a bone ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • On The Origin Of Species ( Charles Darwin book )
  • On The Road ( Jack Kerouac book )
  • On the pull
  • On your mark, get set, go
  • Once you pop you can't stop ( Pringles advertising slogan )
  • One Hundred Years Of Solitude ( Gabriel Garcia Marquez book )
  • One for the book
  • One stop shop
  • Open book
  • Opposites attract
  • Out to get you
  • Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read ( Groucho Marx line )
  • Partners in crime
  • Pinch hit ( A baseball expression denoting a substitute or stand-in )
  • Pinch yourself
  • Pinch, punch, first of the month
  • Piss or get off the pot
  • Play catch up
  • Play hard to get
  • Play it by the book
  • Police state
  • Prize catch
  • Pull a boner
  • Pull a face
  • Pull a fast one
  • Pull a sickie
  • Pull all the stops out
  • Pull it off
  • Pull rank
  • Pull someone up short
  • Pull strings
  • Pull the pin
  • Pull the plug
  • Pull the rabbit out of the hat
  • Pull the rug from under your feet
  • Pull the trigger
  • Pull the wool over someone's eyes
  • Pull through
  • Pull together
  • Pull your chestnuts out of the fire
  • Pull your finger out
  • Pull your hair out
  • Pull your head in
  • Pull your horns in
  • Pull your punches
  • Pull your socks up
  • Pull your weight
  • Pull yourself together
  • Pull yourself up by your bootstraps
  • Quick on the draw
  • Radio collar
  • Ready, get set, go
  • Reality check
  • Regulatory capture
  • Resisting arrest
  • Ring around the collar ( Wisk detergent advertising slogan )
  • Round Ireland With A Fridge ( Tony Hawks book )
  • Seize him
  • Seize the day
  • Send your parcels Red Star and pull out all the stops ( Red Star advertising slogan )
  • Set a thief to catch a thief
  • Shit or get off the pot
  • Slip the collar
  • Sorry about that, Chief. ( A catchphrase from Get Smart )
  • Sprat to catch a mackerel
  • Stay contented, get Radio Rented ( Radio Rentals advertising slogan )
  • Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone ( from a poem by Auden )
  • Stop and smell the roses
  • Stop at nothing
  • Stop drop and roll
  • Stop faffing about
  • Stop it you're killing me
  • Stop me and buy one ( Wall's Ice Cream advertising slogan )
  • Stop me if you've heard this one
  • Stop messing about ( A catchphrase from Kenneth Williams )
  • Stop on a dime
  • Stop pumping your gums
  • Stop the clock, I've found a clue
  • Stop the rot
  • Stop the show
  • Stop the world I want to get off
  • Stop traffic
  • Stop! In The Name Of Love ( The Supremes song )
  • Stop, In The Name Of Love
  • Stop, Look and Listen; remember the Green Cross Code ( UK Road Safety Campaign advertising slogan )
  • Stop, or my mom will shoot ( line from Sylvestor Stallone movie )
  • Swallows And Amazons ( children's adventure story by Arthur Ransome )
  • Take a bite out of crime
  • Take a bite out of crime! ( National Crime Prevention Council advertising slogan )
  • Take with a pinch of salt
  • Talking Book ( Stevie Wonder album )
  • Tell someone where to get off
  • Tess Of The D'Urbervilles ( Thomas Hardy book )
  • That and a nickel will get you a ride on the subway
  • That's the second biggest ... I've ever seen! ( A catchphrase from Get Smart )
  • The Age Of Reason ( Jean Paul Sartre book )
  • The Art Of The Deal ( Donald Trump slogan and book title )
  • The BFG - Big Friendly Giant ( Roald Dahl book )
  • The Buddha Of Suburbia ( Hanif Kureishi book )
  • The Catcher in the Rye ( J D Salinger book )
  • The Count of Monte Cristo ( Alexandre Dumas book )
  • The Day Of The Jackal ( Frederick Forsyth book )
  • The Devil Wears Prada ( Lauren Weisberger book )
  • The Devil's Dictionary ( Ambrose Bierce book )
  • The Famous Five ( characters in Enid Blyton's series of children's book )
  • The Flying Squad ( Nickname of the Specialist Crime Directorate, New Scotland Yard )
  • The French Have A Word For It ( Josh Lanyon book )
  • The Garden Of Eden ( Ernest Hemingway book )
  • The Ghost In The Machine ( Arthur Koestler book )
  • The Go-Between ( L. P. Hartley book )
  • The God Of Small Things ( Arundhati Roy book )
  • The Godfather ( Mario Puzo book )
  • The Good Book
  • The Great Gatsby ( F Scott Fitzgerald book )
  • The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy ( Douglas Adams book )
  • The Hobbit ( J R R Tokien book )
  • The Hound Of The Baskervilles ( Sir Arthur Conan Doyle book )
  • The Hunger Games ( Suzanne Collins book )
  • The Hypochondriac's Guide To Life And Death ( Gene Weingarten book )
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest ( Oscar Wilde book )
  • The Jungle Book ( Disney cartoon movie )
  • The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat And Other Clinical Tales ( Oliver Sacks book )
  • The Mirror Cracked From Side To Side ( Agatha Christie book title )
  • The Name Of The Rose ( Umberto Eco book )
  • The Napoleon of Crime ( Nickname of Professor Moriarty )
  • The Odyssey ( Homer book )
  • The Picture Of Dorian Gray ( Oscar Wilde book )
  • The Pilgrim's Progress ( John Bunyan book )
  • The Princess Diaries ( Meg Cabot book )
  • The Purloined Letter ( Edgar Allan Poe book )
  • The Rape Of The Lock ( Alexander Pope book )
  • The Riddle Of The Sands ( Erskine Childers book )
  • The Secret Garden ( Frances Hodgson Burnett book )
  • The Shadow knows ( A catchphrase from the crime fighting vigilante )
  • The Story Of Tracy Beaker ( children's story by Jacqueline Wilson )
  • The Tenderness Of Wolves ( Stef Penney book )
  • The Thorn Birds ( Colleen McCollough book )
  • The Three Musketeers ( Alexandre Dumas book )
  • The Wind in the Willows ( children's book by Kenneth Grahame )
  • The Woman In White ( Wilkie Collins book )
  • The best a man can get ( Gillette advertising slogan )
  • The best way to get music out of your system ( Philips advertising slogan )
  • The check is in the mail
  • The lion may lie down with the lamb, but the lamb won't get much sleep ( Woody Allen line )
  • The more you get the more you want
  • The perfect crime
  • The rich get richer and the poor get poorer
  • Thought police
  • Thousands of possibilities, get yours ( Best Buy advertising slogan )
  • Through The Looking Glass, And What Alice Found There ( Lewis Carroll book )
  • Throw the book at someone
  • Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy ( John Le Carre book )
  • To get one's back up
  • Took the collar ( A baseball expression meaning failing to get any hits )
  • Tough on crime, tough on the causes of crime ( Tony Blair political slogan )
  • Treasure Island ( Robert Louis Stevenson book )
  • Undercover cop
  • Vanity Fair ( William Makepeace Thackeray book )
  • Vicky Angel ( children's book by Jacqueline Wilson )
  • Walking On The Moon ( The Police song )
  • War and Peace ( Leo Tolstoy book )
  • Watership Down ( Richard Adams book )
  • We Need To Talk About Kevin ( Lionel Shriver book )
  • We never stop working for you ( Verizon Wireless advertising slogan )
  • What You Want is What You Get ( McDonald's advertising slogan )
  • What you see is what you get
  • What's the catch?
  • When the going gets tough, the tough get going ( A catchphrase from Joseph Kennedy )
  • When the oak is before the ash, then you will only get a splash; when the ash
  • When you are in a hole, stop digging
  • Where's the catch?
  • Win lose or draw
  • Wind someone up ( deliberately draw attention to something that will create agitation )
  • Winnie the Pooh ( children's book by A A Milne )
  • Would not get out of bed for
  • Would you believe ... ( A catchphrase from Get Smart )
  • Wuthering Heights ( Emily Bronte book )
  • You Can't Always Get What You Want ( The Rolling Stone song )
  • You aren't obliged to say anything
  • You can always get it at the Co-op ( Co-op advertising slogan )
  • You can't get blood out of a stone
  • You can't get there from here
  • You can't tell a book by looking at its cover
  • You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar
  • You couldn't catch a monkey with a shotgun and a sack
  • You don't get a second chance at a first impression
  • You get a big delight in every bite of Hostess snacks ( Hostess advertising slogan )
  • You get what you pay for
  • You have the right to remain silent
  • You only get one chance to make a first impression
  • You'll get shot
  • You'll get square eyes

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