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- Nov 30th -0001, 00:00
She is no chicken, she is at least thirty.
- Nov 30th -0001, 00:00
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blay_paul - Mar 16th 2010, 00:30
She is no spring chicken, she is at least thirty.
Scott - May 19th 2010, 15:54
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MrShoval - Aug 28th 2012, 21:43
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Sentence #312334

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She is no spring chicken, she is at least thirty.

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  1. Mar 16th 2010, 00:31
    "no spring chicken" is the idiomatic phrase.
  2. Mar 16th 2010, 01:34
    seems to be a british expression, sorry should've looked it up first :P
  3. Mar 16th 2010, 07:34
    ^
    No, the sentence had "no chicken" before (which means something entirely different) so it's just as well you listed it.
  4. CK
    Mar 24th 2012, 03:31
    I'd suggest changing this to 2 sentences.
    FROM:
    She is no spring chicken, she is at least thirty.
    TO:
    She is no spring chicken. She is at least thirty.

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