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  • dig in one's heels or dig one's heels in
  • dig one's own grave
  • dig some dirt up on (someone) or dig up some dirt on (someone)
  • dip into (something)
  • dirt cheap
  • dirty work
  • dish out (criticism)
  • dish out (food)
  • dispose of (something)
  • divide (something) fifty-fifty
  • Idioms Quiz
  • business as usual
  • give (someone) the green light
  • take stock in (something)
  • try for (something)
  • by and by
  • name of the game
  • run down (someone) or run (someone) down
  • taken aback
  • in arrears
  • take an oath

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  • The Best bits of Brazil

    Christ the Redeemer

    The silhouette of Christ the Redeemer perched on top of Corcovado mountain (the Portuguese word for hunchback) is such an iconic symbol of Brazil and Rio de Janeiro, that taking the train up to the top is perfect bucketlist fodder. Especially since the great momument emerged, in 2010, from all the scaffolding that had kept it from sight while it was being spruced up.
    At 40 metres, it is considered to be the fifth largest statue of Jesus in the world.


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