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Hi,

I can't figure out the following italicized parts and would be so grateful if anyone help me to clarify them:

1- "You want to take out a contract on the kid who broke your son's favorite toy car and made him cry."
2- "You can't bear to give away baby clothes-it's so final."

Regards,

Iman
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1. Take out a contract means to hire a professional assassin to murder him.

2. 'It's like saying goodbye to his infancy.'
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Hi Rover,
Thank you very much for your time and concern.

Iman