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paint oneself into a corner
to get into a bad situation that is difficult or impossible to get out of
My friend has painted himself into a corner now that he has begun to fight with his supervisor.
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  • paint the town red
  • pal around (with someone)
  • pale around the gills
  • palm (something) off on (someone) or palm off (something) on (someone)
  • pan out
  • paper over the cracks (in/of something)
  • par for the course
  • paradise (on earth)
  • part and parcel of (something)
  • part company (with someone)
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  • kangaroo court
  • play possum
  • second nature to (someone)
  • in the line of duty
  • funny business
  • make little of (someone or something)
  • food for thought
  • then and there
  • come to accept (something)
  • words to that effect

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    Course

    A typical course begins at or near the top of the mountain on a piste that is closed off to the public and groomed for the race. Gates are farther apart.The courses in the world's most notable ski areas are well established and do not change significantly year to year.The course is designed to challenge the best skiers in a variety of ways skiing at high speeds, through challenging turns, shallow dips, flats, and small airs (jumps). A good course will have all these elements in it, as well as some jumps intended to complicate matters and thrill both the racer and the spectators.


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