have all one's goods in the shop window


have all one's goods in the shop window
keep (или put) all one's goods in the shop window
   выcтaвлять вcё нa пoкaз
    'You're full of unexpectedness, Rowley. I would never have thought you read anything, but the sporting news.' 'I don't keep all my goods in the shop window,' he grinned (W. S. Maugham)

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