Get-a-grip sentence example

get-a-grip
  • Someone needs to take that girl's Twitter away from her and she needs to get a grip.
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  • Panic set in, and he wanted to beg right there, but knew he needed to get a grip to have any chance with her.
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  • Dreams are not physical objects in space, so observational science cannot get a grip on them.
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  • I wrote timidly, fearfully, but resolutely, urged on by my teacher, who knew that if I persevered, I should find my mental foothold again and get a grip on my faculties.
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  • They get the splayed legs from their floor surface being to slippery for them to get a grip.
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  • Wrestlers like these garments because they are so form fitting that opponents can't use them to get a grip during matches.
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  • To get a grip on discretionary spending, consider giving your children a weekly allowance for this purpose.
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  • The Get-A-Grip's small size makes it a traveling favorite, and many avid snow sportsmen stash a pair or two into their luggage before taking off for that winter vacation.
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  • Write down the names and numbers of tax professionals, and then begin making calls to get a grip on what their fees are.
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  • The Republic of Tea has a menopause tea aptly named, Get a Grip.
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  • While the sheet music available certainly differs in level of difficulty, the site makes it easy to pick one or two songs, practice them and get a grip on them before moving on to a few others.
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