the swing of things

the swing of things

The usual routine; the habitual way of doing things. It's a little confusing navigating the office at first, but you'll get into the swing of things soon enough.
See also: of, swing, thing
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But it looks like he's back in the swing of things after breaking off his engagement to Caroline Wozniacki last year.
Tribute acts, super-fans and those in search of a fun weekend with some lipsnarling entertainment were getting into the swing of things yesterday and hoping they would last out the party until tomorrow.
NEWCASTLE United footballing legend and former England striker Alan Shearer will be getting into the swing of things as he prepares to compete in his charity's fifth annual golf tournament on Friday.
WE'RE in to the swing of things in November and, as is now customary for the month, thousands of people around the country have taken part in Movember.
But the 47-year-old soon got into the swing of things during lingerie firm Ultimo's pop-up show in Glasgow city centre.
IN THE SWING OF THINGS Jenny enjoys the challenges of playing golf at a competitive level and, left, the girls share a round
HOLMFIRTH residents will get into the swing of things when a summer jive party hits the town tomorrow.
A total of 24 children got into the swing of things during the knock-out tournament at St Osburg's Catholic Primary School, in Radford, on Friday.
Brian O'Driscoll is back in the swing of things at Leinster training after his Lions disappointment YOU THINK YOU'RE BALE?
London, Mar 21 ( ANI ): Ace golfer Tiger Woods, who had slumped to 58th in the world before getting back in the swing of things, has said he would not only like to regain his previous best form but would actually like to get better than that.
So get in the swing of things when the band performs at noon Nov.
Dubai 92 DJ Catboy has been getting into the swing of things ahead of the DP World Tour Championship.
THIS show is certainly a blast from the past, as the multi-talented cast get into the swing of things with the 1960s classics that make up this high-energy musical.
Making up for lost time we expect, having devoted the last year to her newborn - but now she wants to get back into the swing of things, and so she's been out and about speaking to the young people of modern Britain about all manner of subjects, getting a taste of their way of living, and even finding herself faced with a challenge or two in the meantime.
In 2005 it was kind of fun because I hadn't seen Jason all that much because he moved to Brooklyn," Dan says of getting back into the swing of things with the band.