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1. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for circumstances they want, and if they cannot find them, make them.
2. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for circumstances they want, and if they cannot find them.they make them.
3. Stop all this fuss and get on with your work.
4. You're starting to get on my nerves.
5. The people shoved to get on the bus.
6. You might get on better with your parents if you showed them some courtesy.
7. How did we get on to your grandmother's cat?
8. Be positive about your future and get on with living a normal life.
9. Every time I get on a plane, I quake with fear.
10. Now let's get on to the next exhibition room.
11. Stop pissing about and get on with your work.
12. Stop playing around and get on with the job.
13. Get on your rubbers, we have to go out in the rain.
14. Sylvia does not get on with the supervisor and the danger is that he will trump up some charge to discredit her.
15. She found it difficult to get on with her, possibly because of the difference in their ages.
16. Stop buggering about and let's get on with it.
17. Let's get on with the matter in hand .
18. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and if they can't find them, make them.
19. They don't get on at all well together/with one another.
20. I don't get on with his lefty friends.
21. I suppose I could get on with the ironing while I'm waiting.
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22. Come on Gina, get on the dance floor and do your stuff!
23. Stop gossiping and get on with some work.
24. Parents are always keen for their children to get on.
25. I manage to get on top of the job, and then they move the goalposts again.
26. We can get on perfectly well without her.
27. Stop jawing and let me get on with the work!
28. The only thing to do was knuckle down and get on with some serious hard work.
29. I can remember the thrill of not knowing what I would get on Christmas morning.
30. Before you can learn to ride a horse, you have to be able get on it.
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