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pack a punch/wallop
to provide a burst of energy or power or excitement
The storm packed a wallop and did much damage to the boats.
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  • pack of lies
  • pack them in
  • packed in like sardines
  • pad the bill
  • paddle one's own canoe
  • pain in the neck/ass/butt
  • paint oneself into a corner
  • paint the town red
  • pal around (with someone)
  • pale around the gills
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  • press one`s luck
  • take (someone's) part
  • at once
  • (not) know the first thing about something
  • be of the persuasion that (something) is so
  • hit parade
  • after all is said and done
  • come along
  • in one's spare time
  • think twice (about something)

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    Early Life and Background

    Many legends abound about the birth, life and death of Kabir, one of Indias most quoted poets and mystics. His birth itself is shrouded in mystery, some say he was the son of a Brahman widow, others that he was of virgin birth, what is known though is that he was brought up in a family of muslim weavers. He was never formally educated and was almost completely illiterate. According to legend, the only word that he ever learned how to write was Rama.

    Legend says that he reliquished his body when he was about 120 years old. There is a famous legend about his death; When he died, his Hindu and Muslim followers started fighting about the last rites. When they lifted the cloth covering his body, they found flowers instead. The Muslim followers buried their half and the Hindu cremated thier half. In Maghar, his tomb and samadhi still stand side by side.


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