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old Uncle Tom Cobbleigh and all

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishold Uncle Tom Cobbleigh and allold Uncle Tom Cobbleigh and alla line from an old British song about a large group of people who do things together. The people are all listed by name, and the list ends with the words ‘old Uncle Tom Cobbleigh and all’. The phrase is now used to say that every possible person was present or involved in something. Cobbleigh
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