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shake a stick at

Slang
To point out, designate, or name: "All of a sudden there came into being a vast conservative infrastructure: think-tanks ... and more foundations than you could shake a stick at" (National Review).
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IT'S the blue riband event of the British Flat season and the Beeb have almost certainly done it justice with more presenters, reporters and commentators than you can shake a stick at, writes Steve Palmer.
Tania's got more movers and shakers than you can shake a stick at.