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down on one's luck
to be unlucky, to have no money
The man was down on his luck and did not have a place to live.
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  • down the drain
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  • down to the last detail
  • down to the wire
  • down with (an illness)
  • drag in (someone or something) or drag (someone or something) in
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  • pull a stunt/trick on (someone)
  • palm (something) off on (someone) or palm off (something) on (someone)
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  • at the appointed time
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  • in place
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  • Rules to play Push Scooters

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    To avoid collisions with innocent people, scooter riders need to keep away from areas where they are likely to come into conflict with pedestrians. A shopper walking out of a store will not expect to be confronted by someone speeding past on a scooter. A collision, particularly with an elderly person, could have serious consequences. Scooters should certainly not be used inside indoor shopping centres.


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