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On yer bike!

  (British & Australian very informal)
an impolite way of telling someone to go away 'Can you lend me some money?' 'On yer bike, mate!'
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He pointed that the total local revenues during the last year amounted to YER 957.
Because technology plays a major role in their lives, Gen Yers will naturally turn to it when the time comes to purchase life insurance.
Also, the information should be available on multiple platforms, such as tablets and mobile websites, to ensure Gen Yers receive it via their preferred method of communication.
While 53 percent of Gen Yers surveyed would consider purchasing life insurance online, they still want to talk to an agent at some point during the process.
For example, many Gen Yers think life insurance is only necessary for those with high-risk jobs or for people who are sick, old, or both.
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