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    Hello my dear masters,
    May i ask you to help me with these terms...
    I want to know if they are common and what do they Mean...Any other term which has a meaning close to them?

    1) drip dry.
    2) nick nack.
    3) on both side of the law.
    4) the back of beyond.
    5) butt talks.
    6) give me your`s,give you mine.
    7) too important to be without .

    All the best.

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    Re: Termes

    1. to dry without a towel or mechanical dryer
    2. (spelled knick knack) small household items that are for looking at rather than using
    3. A crooked police officer or politician
    4. unknown
    5. unknown
    6. we will enter into a fair exchange
    7. absolutely necessary

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    Re: Termes

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    4. A far-away and inaccessible place.

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