hit the books


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I will be sitting down ready to hit the books and suddenly remember that my bathroom isn't clean!
So, whether you have a vagina or love someone who does, you'd better hit the books to make sure you're fluent in human anatomy.
In Newcastle, students hit the books for an average of 102 hours each month, which is higher than the UK average of 91 hours.
This June, 16 women hit the books, and the tools, in Canadore's new Aboriginal Women in the Trades program.
If want to pick a brain, hit the books. We have never heard of or met a craftsperson in case coloring or case hardening worthy of a rave referral whose lips were sealed regarding their proprietary secrets.
LEWIS Hamilton is prepared to hit the books over the next few days in a bid to get an edge on Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
FORMULA ONE LEWIS HAMILTON is prepared to hit the books over the next few days in a bid to get an edge on Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Paul Hart, however, hit the books under his own roof by smuggling a grenade (albeit a diffused one) into his grade school.