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I'm through with her.
Let's stop here.
That's enough for today.
What do you say to calling it a day?
How about calling it a day?
Let's call it a day.
That's enough for today.
It's all over for us.
Once you hesitate, you are lost.
If the tip was a dime in one glass, the waitress, in her haste to get the table ready for the next customer, would pick up the glass, the water would spill out, and that would be the end of it.
When the tip was a lone dime thrown into a glass, the waitress would raise the glass while hastily preparing the table for the next customer. She would then spill the water and that would be it.
It's all up with the firm.
Let's break up the party.
This is it. They're going to kill me.
Let's quit and go home.
Once you are married, you are done for.

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