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November 23 2012 Fiction Writing Newsletter

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Happy as a Clam
An idiom is a group of words or expression whose meaning cannot be taken from the literal meaning of the individual words in the expression.
What does it mean if one is happy as a clam, happy as a clam at high tide, or happy as a clam in mud at high tide?

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