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    #1

    Gift of screws

    Hello,

    Is "gift of screws" an idiom? It is a title of a CD I've heard recently and I was wondering if this phrase has any idiomatic meaning.


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    Re: Gift of screws

    Not an idiom. Apparently the title comes from a poem by Emily Dickinson>> Gift of Screws (unreleased)

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