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Stan Lee’s Twitter Feed Will Give You All The Feels (10 pics)

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№1 Author: OldOllie (31 May 2018 06:36) Total user comments: 1846


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#10 The term is "hold the fort," not "hold down the fort." The fort isn't going to get up and float away.
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№2 Author: Stonewater (4 Jun 2018 11:28) Total user comments: 231


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Quote: OldOllie
#10 The term is "hold the fort," not "hold down the fort." The fort isn't going to get up and float away.

In the US it's "hold down the fort," in the UK & Aus. it's "hold the fort."
The Am.Eng. version dates from the late 19th/early 20th century era.
It may be an unintentional mixing of "hold down a job" and "hold the fort." But there is no consensus about it.
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