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  • 1 The Song Remains the Same (film) — Infobox Film name = The Song Remains the Same caption = director = Peter Clifton Joe Massot producer = Peter Grant writer = starring = John Bonham John Paul Jones Jimmy Page Robert Plant music = Led Zeppelin cinematography = Ernest Day editing =… …

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  • 2 The Song Remains the Same (album) — Infobox Album Name = The Song Remains the Same Type = live Artist = Led Zeppelin Released = September 28, 1976 Recorded = July 27, 1973 – July 29, 1973 at Madison Square Garden, New York Length = 99:45 (original album) / 131:55 (2007 edition)… …

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  • 3 The Song Remains the Same (song) — Infobox Song Name = The Song Remains the Same Artist = Led Zeppelin Album = Houses of the Holy Released = 28 March 1973 track no = 1 Recorded = 1972 Genre = Hard rock, heavy metal Length = 5:30 Label = Atlantic Writer = Page/Plant Producer =… …

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  • 4 All horses are the same color — The horse paradox is a falsidical paradox that arises from flawed demonstrations, which purport to use mathematical induction, of the statement All horses are the same color . The paradox does not truly exist, as these arguments have a crucial… …

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  • 5 lightning never strikes twice in the same place — The same accident does not happen twice; the same person does not have the same luck again. A proverb. * /Billy won a pony in the contest last year, but lightning never strikes twice in the same place./ …

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  • 6 lightning never strikes twice in the same place — The same accident does not happen twice; the same person does not have the same luck again. A proverb. * /Billy won a pony in the contest last year, but lightning never strikes twice in the same place./ …

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  • 7 It's the Same Old Song — Infobox Single Name = It s the Same Old Song Artist = Four Tops from Album = The Four Tops Second Album Released = July 9, 1965 Format = 7 single Recorded = Hitsville USA (Studio A); July 8, 1965 Genre = Soul/pop Length = 2:46 Label = Motown M… …

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  • 8 at the same time — {adv. phr.} 1. In the same moment; together. * /The two runners reached the finish line at the same time./ Syn.: AT ONCE, AT ONE TIME. 2. In spite of that fact; even though; however; but; nevertheless. * /John did pass the test; at the same time …

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  • 9 in the same breath — {adv. phr.} 1. At the same time; without waiting. * /John would complain about hard times, and in the same breath boast of his prize winning horses./ * /Jane said Bill was selfish, but in the same breath she said she was sorry to see him leave./… …

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  • 10 at the same time — {adv. phr.} 1. In the same moment; together. * /The two runners reached the finish line at the same time./ Syn.: AT ONCE, AT ONE TIME. 2. In spite of that fact; even though; however; but; nevertheless. * /John did pass the test; at the same time …

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  • 11 in the same breath — {adv. phr.} 1. At the same time; without waiting. * /John would complain about hard times, and in the same breath boast of his prize winning horses./ * /Jane said Bill was selfish, but in the same breath she said she was sorry to see him leave./… …

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  • 12 one and the same — {adj. phr.} The same; identical. * /Erle Stanley Gardner and A.A. Fair are one and the same person./ * /The spider lily and the Peruvian Daffodil are one and the same./ …

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  • 13 one and the same — {adj. phr.} The same; identical. * /Erle Stanley Gardner and A.A. Fair are one and the same person./ * /The spider lily and the Peruvian Daffodil are one and the same./ …

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  • 14 All the same — All All, adv. 1. Wholly; completely; altogether; entirely; quite; very; as, all bedewed; my friend is all for amusement. And cheeks all pale. Byron. [1913 Webster] Note: In the ancient phrases, all too dear, all too much, all so long, etc., this… …

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  • 15 in the same boat — {adv.} or {adj. phr.} In the same trouble; in the same fix; in the same bad situation. * /When the town s one factory closed and hundreds of people lost their jobs, all the storekeepers were in the same boat./ * /Dick was disappointed when Fern… …

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  • 16 in the same boat — {adv.} or {adj. phr.} In the same trouble; in the same fix; in the same bad situation. * /When the town s one factory closed and hundreds of people lost their jobs, all the storekeepers were in the same boat./ * /Dick was disappointed when Fern… …

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  • 17 just the same — See: ALL THE SAME …

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  • 18 speak the same language — {v. phr.} To have similar feelings, thoughts, and tastes; have a mutual understanding with another person. * /We both love listening to Mozart. Obviously, we speak the same language./ …

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  • 19 just the same — See: ALL THE SAME …

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  • 20 speak the same language — {v. phr.} To have similar feelings, thoughts, and tastes; have a mutual understanding with another person. * /We both love listening to Mozart. Obviously, we speak the same language./ …

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