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    Face problems with head held up high.

    Hi everyone!


    Is this correct?

    > Face problems with head held up high.


    Many thanks! (",)

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    Re: Face problems with head held up high.

    Nearly - you don't need the 'up'.

    But if you face a problem 'with head held high' it means that you're not ashamed of what you have done.

    If you confront problems directly, you face them 'head-on'.

    b

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