hard and fast
Defined, fixed, invariable, as in We have hard and fast rules for this procedure. This term originally was applied to a vessel that has come out of water, either by running aground or being put in dry dock, and is therefore unable to move. By the mid-1800s it was being used figuratively.
Source: The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer.
Copyright © 1997 by The Christine Ammer 1992 Trust. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company.
disclosing . . . to you
EX: Sorry for not disclosing the information (to you).
=> in your direction
disclosing . . . for you
EX: Sorry for not disclosing the information for you.
=> on your behalf
disclosing . . . from you
EX: Sorry for not disclosing the information from you. <ungrammatical>
1. I have one more question, not I have one more doubt.
2. What is the correct preposition that goes with 'DISCLOSE'?
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