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  Tail between his legs United States
  Take a back seat to, To United States
  Take a bath, To United States
  Take a breather, To United States
  Take a dump United States
  Take a leak United States
  Take a long walk off a short plank (pier) United States
  Take a picture, it will last longer United States
  Take a step back, To United States
  Take care of your knitting, To
  Take five (5) United States
  Take it easy United States
  Take it from me United States
  Take it to the limit United States
  Take it with a grain of salt, To United States
  Take one for the team, To
  Take stock of, To United States
  Take the bull by the horns United States
  Take the crowd out of the game, To United States
  Take the easy way out United States
  Take the gloves off United States
  Take the plunge, To
  Take the wind out of your sail United States
  Take the world by storm, To United States
  Take your life in your own hands United States
  Taken for a ride United States
  Takes its toll on you United States
  Taking the scenic route United States
  Talk (Speak) to the hand
  Talk shop United States
  Talk until you are blue in the face United States
  Talking behind his back United States
  Tall tale, A United States
  Tanked United States
  Taste of your own medicine, A United States
  Teach him to fish United States
  Teacher's pet United States
  Team player, A
  Tear you a new #sshole, To United States
  Technicolor Yawn, The
  Tell a prokie New Zealand
  Tell it to me straight United States
  Tempest in a teapot, A United States
  Ten (10) to one (1) United States
  Tend the garden, To
  Test the waters, To United States
  Testing one's mettle United States
  Thank goodness United States
  Thank your lucky stars United States
  That and a quarter will get you a cup of coffee United States
  That burns me up United States
  That chaps my hide United States
  That dog won't hunt United States
  That gets my goad United States
  That hits the spot United States
  That takes the cake United States
  That was cold-blooded United States
  That which does not kill you makes you stronger United States
  That's a doozy
  That's a joke United States
  That's a load off my mind United States
  That's a wrap United States
  That's bogus United States
  That's for the birds
  That's how the cow eats the cabbage
  That's just peachy United States
  That's no joke United States
  That's the sixty-four thousand ($64,000) question United States
  That's the ticket United States
  That's the way lady luck dances United States
  That's the way the ball bounces United States
  That's the way the cookie crumbles United States
  That's water under the bridge United States
  The best things in life are free United States
  The bomb United States
  The only thing we have to fear is fear itself United States
  Their ace United States
  There is a god United States
  There is more than one way to skin a cat United States
  There is no cow on the ice Sweden
  There is no I in team United States
  There is no time like the present United States
  There now, that wasn't so bad, was it? United States
  There ought to be a law against that United States
  There, but for the grace of God, go I United States
  There'll be hell to pay United States
  There's a sucker born every minute United States
  There's gold in them thar hills United States
  There's no place like home United States
  There's no such thing as a free lunch United States
  There's no time like the present United States
  There's something fishy about that United States
  They can't buy a basket/run/score United States
  They need to take care of the rock United States
  They play good D United States
  Thick as a brick United States
  Thick as a ditch, A Ireland
  Thick as pea soup United States
  Thick headed United States
  Things aren't what they used to be United States
  Think like a man, act like a woman Australia
  Think outside the box, To United States
  Thinking with the wrong head United States
  Third (3rd) time's a charm, The United States
  Third wheel, A United States
  Thirty thousand (30,000) foot level United States
  Thorn in my side, A United States
  Those who do not look back from where they come from, will not reach their destination Philippines
  Three sheets to the wind United States
  Threw a curve ball United States
  Threw it with a little something on it United States
  Through thick and thin United States
  Throw (toss) me a bone United States
  Throw (toss) me some scraps United States
  Throw (Toss) your hat in the ring< To United States
  Throw cold water on United States
  Throw down, To
  Throw gas (gasoline) on the fire, To
  Throw in the towel, To United States
  Throw the baby out with the bathwater, To United States
  Throw the book at him United States
  Throw to the wolves, To
  Throwing aspirin tablets United States
  Thumb your nose at, To
  Thumbs up
  Tickled pink England
  Tie the knot, To United States
  Tie the know, To
  Tight as a drum, Wound United States
  Tight as the bark on a tree United States
  Tight wad, A United States
  Tighten your belt (Belt tightening) United States
  Tighter than a gnat's ass United States
  Tilting at windmills United States
  Timber! United States
  Time after time United States
  Time and again United States
  Time flies when you're having fun United States
  Time heals all wounds United States
  Time is money United States
  Time is running out
  Time of your life, The
  Time on your hands United States
  Time out
  Time's up
  Times, they are a changing, The United States
  To be honest with you United States
  To each his own United States
  To the victor go the spoils United States
  To toy with United States
  Today is the first day of the rest of your life United States
  Toe the line United States
  Tongue in cheek United States
  Tongue lashing, A United States
  Tongue tied, To be United States
  Too many chefs spoil the broth (soup) United States
  Too many chiefs and not enough Indians United States
  Too many cooks spoil the soup (broth) United States
  Too much information (TMI) United States
  Too much sail for a small craft (hull) United States
  Too rich for my blood United States
  Took off like a bat out of hell United States
  Took off like a shot United States
  Took something off that one United States
  Toot his own horn United States
  Tooth and nail United States
  Top banana United States
  Top dog United States
  Tore up from the floor up United States
  Toss your cookies, To United States
  Touch and go United States
  Tow the line United States
  Tread lightly, To
  Trial balloon, To send up or float a United States
  Trial by fire
  Tried and true United States
  Trip over your tongue United States
  Trojan horse, A United States
  Truth is stranger than fiction United States
  Tugging at heartstrings United States
  Tune out, To United States
  Turn on a dime United States
  Turn over a new leaf United States
  Twiddling your thumbs United States
  Twist my arm United States
  Twist of fate United States
  Two (2) faced United States
  Two (2) heads are better than one United States
  Two (2) left feet United States
  Two (2) ships passing in the night United States
  Two(2) wrongs don't make a right United States
    
     
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