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    Leave in the lurch

    Hello,


    Can anybody help me in looking for variations of leave someone in the lurch?


    The Münich Agreement meant that our allies was going to leave us in the lurch.


    Thank you very much.
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    Re: Leave in the lurch

    Start by looking here.

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    Re: Leave in the lurch

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnyxxx View Post
    The Münich Agreement meant that our allies were going to leave us in the lurch.
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