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Winning others over is harder if you can't get your foot in the door. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Once we get a foot in the door, they shut it. The Sun (2007)Before it launched, getting a foot in the door often required paying for a trip abroad. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is how the Press get their foot in the doors the establishment would prefer to stay closed. The Sun (2014)Is there a certain company you want to work for and could you take another role there to get your foot in the door? The Sun (2012)I had to play some chess moves on the first record and compromise myself creatively to get my foot in the door. The Sun (2013)I didn't have any qualifications so it was a way of getting my foot in the door. The Sun (2008)It signals the culmination of years of hard work, rejection and drama lessons to get a foot in the door of the acting world. The Sun (2012)But the opportunity to get a foot in the door at two new clients was too good to miss, and the price was nominal. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Don't discount any job, see it as an opportunity to get a foot in the door. The Sun (2011)I'm not particularly pushy and it's hard to get your foot in the door. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There are more young designers at Chelsea this year, which is helping the next generation to get a foot in the door and gives aspiring designers hope. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

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