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lobster pot - A pot - figures - for boiling/simmering lobsters for stews, soups. etc.

mountain range - a lot of mountains together

Benjamin - Slang for a $100 bill - because a picture of Benjamin Franklin is on the obverse.

take the wind out of another's sails - To "deflate" a windy and/or pompous speaker or writer.

Komorebi - The sunlight that shines through tree leaves

six of one and half a dozen of the other - Two parties equally at fault

I see no ships - Attributed to Lord Nelson, holding a telescope to his non-functioning eye, so as to ignore what he preferred not to see.

OP - (In the context of forums) Original Poster or Original Post; also used is OC (Original Character); all of these are used to indicate that you are the creator of a piece of content

OC - Original Character; used to indicate that you are the creator of a piece of content

Benjamin - A $100 bill - because a picture of Benjamin Franklin is on the front.

katsaridaphobia - the fear of cockroaches

statutory - According to the regulation; accustomed.

Double A - (Noun) Double A. This phrase refers to the noun AA meaning a standard size battery commonly used by household electronic devices.

give it (one's) all - to put all your energy into something

iniquity - an action or desire not regulated by sound law or principle; lawlessness

hereby - By the fact, as a consequence of a formalistic declaration.

disposable - capable of being disposed; capable of being thrown away after being used or used up.

anticipate - to expect with a prediction; be prepared; foresee; foretaste.

cardboard - stiff paper

Berlin, Irving - Famous/popular American 20th-century songwriter.

Benjamin - Slang referring to a 100 dollar bill.

AA - Double A

take the wind out of another's sails - to gain an advantage by anticipation

dealbate - white in appearance

bollard - a little road sign which marks either the limit of a property, or it can mark the designation of a turnpike or direction one is taking

take a leaf out of somebody's book - to emulate or take good things from

amateur - Someone starting something new.

make a mountain out of a molehill - To exaggerate a little problem.

biro - British for "ballpoint pen"

To be under the weather - To be unwell, in poor health, and/or tired.

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