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these are idioms explain what each means

1.burnign the candle on both ends.

2.by the skin of your teeth

also this metaphor..exlain

1.perception is reality

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    Check the two sites I posted for the meanings of the idioms.

    The metaphor means that what you see (or think you see) is what is real to you.

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