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brick it
 v. phr.— «Steve Tilson, the Southend manager, said that he was, as the local parlance would have it, “bricking it.” “I’m not going to sleep from now until the Grimsby game. Grimsby will want to spoil our party. It’s a nervy time going into it,” he said, sweating buckets.» —“Prolific Jevons takes Yeovil to the brink” by Paul Connolly Times (London, England) May 2, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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