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hard on (someone's) heels
to be following someone very closely
The police officer was hard on the heels of the criminal.
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  • hard up
  • hard-nosed
  • hard-pressed
  • harken back to (something)
  • harp on (something)
  • hash (something) over or hash over (something)
  • hate (someone`s) guts
  • haul (someone) in or haul in (someone)
  • have (someone or something) in tow
  • have (someone's) blood on one's hands
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  • give up the ship
  • give (someone) a bum steer
  • set the stage for (something)
  • up to one`s ears in work
  • sit on the fence
  • tough it out
  • fire away at (someone or something)
  • see the sights
  • get into (somewhere)
  • pluck up one's courage

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