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Which of the following statements are FALSE?

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choke (someone) up or choke up (someone)
to make someone cry or become overemotional and speechless
The story of the boy's illness choked the woman up.

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  • Know Tie Knots

    Onassis Tie Knot

    Apart from the contemporary tie knots, the Onassis is a beautiful knot that is easy to do. It needs a clip under the knot to give it the right effect. Its advantage is that is kinder on the tie. This tie gives a dramatically different appearance as the wide blade is simply thrown over the existing knot rather than fed through. The Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis, used to wear this tie and surprisingly still has certain popularity. You can wear this tie in 2 ways, simply draped over the knot or draped over the knot and clipped in the back.


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