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from giddy-up to whoa

Rur. all the way from the beginning to the end. The road is paved from giddy-up to whoa. The play stinks. It is dull from giddy-up to whoa.
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Giddy up!

(ˈgɪdi...)
exclam. Move faster! (Properly said to a horse to start it moving. Also said to people or things as a joke.) Giddy up, Charlie! It’s time to start moving.
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With a long career as a journalist to draw upon, many of her anecdotes involved anvil-weight name-dropping - Richard Curtis to Benedict Cumberbatch if you please - but her giddiness and enthusiasm means they were welcome, not obnoxious.
Dr Mohammad Nasir suffered from giddiness and vomiting but he had started recovering after taking medicines.
Bay state pop-punkers A Loss For Words have a sort of giddiness that gives the band's particular brand of hard rock a buzz of sorts, a vibrancy that keeps everything light and sort of joyous, with songs such as "Stance,'' "Honeymoon Eyes'' and the somewhat more somber "Mount St.
Maybe it's that heady mix of confusing (to some, clearly) entry roads, traffic driving too fast, traffic too close together, the lovely view, the giddiness of driving on an elevated road and, of course, some people's idiotic, last second lurching from the outside lane to reach the Portrack turn-off.
Srikantadatta complained of giddiness and fell unconscious around 2 pm.
HOLLYOAKS (Channel 4) NANCY has a spring in her step, happy about the drugs test and keen to prove everyone wrong, but with Sienna lurking, you can guess Mrs Osborne won't be ending her week with the same giddiness.
There is a welcome feeling of familiarity, but also giddiness, excitement and anticipation.
13 HIGH Society is like the theatre equivalent of vintage Veuve Clicquot - comfortable and familiar, but with enough bubbles to give a giddiness to the proceedings.
Written and directed by Martin McDonagh, Seven Psychopaths is a twisted black comedy that balances giggles, gore and giddiness, spattering the screen with lashings of crimson blood.
I was having severe pain and giddiness but was compelled to wait even to take back my CPR as there were more than 100 patients waiting.
As reported earlier, other tests can include those for diabetes, fits and blackouts, giddiness, Parkinson's disease, sleep apnoea, memory loss and other debilitating conditions.
I'm certainly not immune to this kind of giddiness - I vaguely remember making a lager-fuelled prediction that by the year 2012 Wales would have the greatest midfield in world football, in the form of Aaron Ramsey and Jack Collison.
An uncommon air of giddiness and excitement made its way about the walled city in the run up to Le Bon's first visit.
She not only gave us a statement of barely-repressed giddiness, but a photo of the spoils of fortune to boot:
Motive behind the poisoning attacks was still unclear, he said, adding that symptoms such as vomiting, weakness and giddiness were seen among the affected students.