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    Question Bob's your uncle!

    Quote Originally Posted by TomUK View Post
    Not a teacher!

    I started reading through them and Bob's your uncle! I found:
    Could anyone please tell me the mening of this expression?

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    Default Re: Bob's your uncle!

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