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    Quote Originally Posted by vossy7 View Post
    Exactly the same , 'take yourself in hand' ......means to regain control of yourself !......get a grip of yourself , is more commonly used though!

    You don't want to know what I think the meaning of "take yourself in hand" get a grip on yourself" is do you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Wally View Post
    You don't want to know what I think the meaning of "take yourself in hand" get a grip on yourself" is do you?
    Yeah Wal and you know that I know and everybody else knows exactly what you think the meaning is !
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    This one is only Russian, I suppose:

    Без царя в голове – about silly, careless, improvident person

    Example:
    Андрей редко ходит на работу, ездит на мотоцикле без шлема, живёт в кредит. Совсем парень без царя в голове!

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    Кто там шагает правой?

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