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Meanwhile, in Twitter, people continued to use the enjoy the new figure of speech amid debates on what Janine did was right or wrong.
Using a figure of speech that seems fashionable lately, Tyler warned that "no one wants a trade war".
It was an allegory I used as a figure of speech," he said.
Louis, the effects of World War I on ethnic Germans, activist Russians of German descent in inter-war Germany, culture and gender in the arts scene of Chicago, developing a research agenda for expatriate and heritage German literary studies, German-speaking exiles in Ireland from 1933 to 1945, the diaspora in Turkey, the German immigrant as a figure of speech and fictional character, radical ideas and colonial spaces in the case of Elisabeth Forster-Nietzsche, Pennsylvania Germans in Kansas, German migrant encounters with the nazi past, veiling the history of von Braun and Rudolph before their involvement in the US space program, language proficiency among German speakers, and the identity of German Mennonites in Canada.
Ramsden, who admitted he came from a family of "troublemakers", said: "It was just a figure of speech, I didn't literally mean going out and doing something like that.
Mr Brisco says that was just a figure of speech and that he didn't give Sharma's firm, TVRC, permission to keep it.
Having a "healthy glow" isn't just a figure of speech.
In business when you say you have signed a contract it's as much a figure of speech as anything else.
An idiom is a figure of speech that means something different from what it says literally.
He lets us know that he is using a figure of speech (one of the only times Jesus ever tips his hand about his teaching methods).