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throw oneself at (someone's) feet
to behave in a very humble and contrite manner
I threw myself at the manager's feet and apologized for the mistake that I had made.
Harris: Oh, dear! I'm afraid there's been a misunderstanding. I didn't have time to finish my sentence. You see, I ________ some farmers planning to break up your meeting.Henry: I don't see what all this has got to do with a bomb.Harris: Well, if we hadn't been cut off I was going to warn you about a bombardment of tomatoes!
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One flag is placed directly center of the playing field (this step is not important) this method of one flag is fun because it is much more of a challenge then Neutral Capture The flag because neither side has much of an advantage .