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on the nose

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon the noseon the noseAmerican English spokenEXACT exactly He gets up at 6 a.m. on the nose every morning. nose
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on the noseThe ale is a bright amber colour with quite intense caramel and sweet hop characters on the nose.He's had to be kept apart from the hamsters ever since one bit him on the nose.Alan Keyes hits it on the nose.He gets up at 6 a.m. on the nose every morning.His nervously elegant hand made a shaking bridge over the tinted spectacles, adjusting them without need on the nose.Have you heard about the Tory moderate who hit the cheerful-looking palmist on the nose?Bombay Coarse and raw on the nose with sweet rubbery notes but little perceptible juniper.In this, the Supreme Court is right on the nose.
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