have pull with
Have a means of gaining advantage with, have influence on, as in She had pull with several of the board members. [Colloquial; late 1800s]
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- have one's wits about one,
- have one's work cut out for one,
- have oneself,
- have out,
- have pity on,
- have rocks in one's head,
- have someone by the balls,
- have someone's ear,
- have someone's hide,
- have someone's number
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