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    correctness and vocabulary: take the best of someone

    I would like to know if this is an idiom! "take the best of someone"? Is it correct to say: Our fears "take the best of us"?
    Last edited by Hitch; 01-Aug-2012 at 16:25. Reason: I just want to delete since it has become useless after it yielded not even a single reply!

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