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 What does"from soup to nuts"mean?

Answer "From soup to nuts" means from start to finish, inclusive of everything. The saying comes from large dinners with many courses. Those dinners would typically start with a soup course and end with a... Read More »
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What does"soup to nuts"mean?

"Soup to nuts" is an American idiom, or a group of words that have a different meaning than the words individually. According to YourDictionary.com, "Soup to nuts" means beginning to end, as in the... Read More »
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What is the origin of the phrase pin money?

The term, "pin money," which means just a little bit of money, is derived from the small allowance that 19th century husbands would give their wives to pay for dressing-making pins.Source:Dictionar... Read More »
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What is the origin of the phrase snake oil?

During the 19th century, traveling salesmen made their rounds across the country with tonics and mixtures claiming to have found the cure for almost every ailment. The salesmen were bogus. A common... Read More »
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What is the origin of the phrase"I'm from the government& I'm here to help"?

The origin of this phrase is linked to U.S. Rep. John Rousselot. The phrase was printed on May 6, 1976, in the Arcadia Tribune, a California newspaper, as Rousselot explained the greatest American ... Read More »
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