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    Expression

    If I'm not wrong there is an english expression to say, in a free translation: "there was no rock left" (or "no rock atop another one"), meaning fully accomplishment. Could you help on that? What is this expression? TX. LDM

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    Re: Expression

    Quote Originally Posted by LDM View Post
    If I'm not wrong there is an english expression to say, in a free translation: "there was no rock left" (or "no rock atop another one"), meaning fully accomplishment. Could you help on that? What is this expression? TX. LDM
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