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lose track of (someone or something)
to lose contact with someone or something
I have lost track of my friends from high school.
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  • love to hear oneself talk
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  • when least expected
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    Take off any old polish

    Soak a cotton ball or round in some nail polish remover and hold it against the nail for ten seconds. Then swipe the cotton ball along the nail to remove the polish. Use a q tip soaked in nail polish remover to get rid of any polish trapped around the edges. Itll serve as a protective coat and help keep your nails strong as you practice polishing regularly.


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