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the usual suspects

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe usual suspectsthe usual suspectsthe people or things that are usually involved in or responsible for a particular activity a wine shop stocking all the usual suspects: wines from California, France, Australia suspect
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the usual suspectsThe usual suspects are labor unions, which have been around for a century.Then come the usual suspects, categories that we can rattle through quickly before announcing the big ones.But there is a lot in it for the usual suspects.In other words, the usual suspects.
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