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stack the cards/deck for or against (someone or something)
to arrange things unfairly for or against someone or something
The company is stacking the cards against some small sellers because of their strict standards.
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  • stack up (something) or stack (something) up
  • stake a claim to (something)
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  • stamp out (something) or stamp (something) out
  • stand (someone) in good stead with (someone or something)
  • stand a chance of (doing something)
  • stand behind (someone or something)
  • stand by
  • stand by (someone)
  • stand clear of (something)
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  • live down (something)
  • lock horns with (someone)
  • make for (someone or somewhere)
  • come to a pretty pass
  • in one's glory
  • have arrived
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  • rat on (someone)
  • prevail upon (someone)
  • eat away at (something)

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    Handle with care

    As a gardener, you use a lot of tools, but your hands are among your most precious. Shield them from harm with sturdy, well fitted gardening gloves. Sure, you ll feel a visceral pleasure when you yank up that main, gnarled root of some nasty weed, but you may also dredge up bits of broken glass or shards of old metal along with it. Bare hands risk cuts, scrapes, blisters, as well as exposure to chemicals, pests, and potential allergens or irritants. Even with gloves, your hands will need a thorough washing up once you ve finished your tasks. Also, some chemicals used in the garden can be harsh on your hands or, even worse, can be very dangerous if inhaled or accidentally consumed be extra vigilant when children are around . In terms of children, also keep in mind that bulbs and seeds can be choking hazards, and some plant varieties can be toxic if eaten.


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