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joined at the hip

analogy; extended, more common
refers to people who are always together.
 
"Mike and Nick are joined at the hip. They are always together. If you see one, there is always another."
Etymology : a word hip, which refers to a part of our body is expanded to whole body and even individual
Source : conversation between my friends ( Nov 24 2011)
Last modified: 2 December 2011


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