Dead Man Walking

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The phrase "dead man walking" has traditionally been used in U.S. prisons to refer to a condemned prisoner being walked to the place of execution. It is often used in other contexts, typically jokingly or sarcastically, to refer to someone who about to face an avoidable loss (e.g. someone who is about to be dismissed from their job).

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