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put

/lay (one's) cards on the table
To make frank and clear revelation, as of one's motives or intentions.

put

/have all (one's) eggs in one basket Informal
To risk everything on a single venture.

put

/set (one's) house in order
To organize one's affairs in a sensible, logical way.
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Assuming the 1996 Compaq World Putting Champion is a professional, a first place check of $250,000 will be awarded to him (or her).
We spent some time in putting together the numbers to show that if we invested what we were spending in plain old telephony and put in VoIP, it would have ROI within five years.
We're very grateful to all the many companies that play in our golf tournaments,'' providing the money for the putting green and hitting cage, Ransford said.
PHOTO (1--2) Above, Glendale Community College student Megan Hughes reacts to her missed put on the college's new putting green.
Augusta is a putting contest,'' said Nick Price, who seems to be returning to form.
I-Putt's program calculates information based on the relationship between a golfer's swing and putting distance.
But the council balked Friday at putting the initiative on the ballot, and put the matter over until today.
GREENS WORLDWIDE INCORPORATED (OTCBB: GWWI), a development- stage company whose mission is to develop, operate and maintain successful, golf-putting attractions, hosted its first Celebrity Look-A-Like Putting Tournament on May 25, 2003.
That capped a masterful putting performance for the winner, who led the event in putts per green hit in regulation and birdies.
Today, I had the best putting round I've ever had on the senior tour," said Player.