make a beeline for

make a beeline for
Meaning: go quickly and directly to somebody or something.
Example: As soon as the employees heard about the news of scrapping of the bonus policy, they made a beeline for the boss's office.

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To take lead in danger.

- prabhu kumar October 21, 2014

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close the books

Meaning: set the ending to a concerned issue

Example: The accountant closed the books and that was the end of your 40 year old favourite sweet shop. Read on

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