Literally Speaking Too

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 1, 2008 - Art - 112 pages
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Literally Speaking and Literally Speaking Too are books which consist of a total of 200 artistic depictions of clichés (expressions we've used so much that we take the meaning for granted), idioms (vernacular particular to a geographical region), plays on homophones (using identically-sounding words for their alternate meanings), and/or use of terms ironically (to express something other than the literal meaning)--Publisher description.
  

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Contents

Preface
Irony
No Patience
Bad Back
Evil Eye
Palm Reader
Red Eye
Sunset
Square Foot
Domestic Postage
Ham Radio
Firearm
Boxing Matches
Mountain Range
Pool Table
Tennis Shoes

Engineer
News Anchor
Spitting Image
Pop Singer
Bass Section
Horn Section
Surfi ng the Web
On the Phone
Mail Order
One Carat Ring
Gift Wrapping
Nursery
Pleasing to the Palate
Yard Sale
School Ruler
Lunch Box
Four Eyes
Fishing Pole
Bootleg
Coin Purse
Booby Trap
Sinus Attack
Joan of Arc
Fairy Tail
Late Knight
Holy Smokes
Wild Goose Chase
Foul Play
Time is Running Out
Living on the Edge
Bug Out
In a Nutshell
Cool It
On the Ball
Give Pause
Monkey Business
Ducks in a Row
Copyright

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