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Land It In The Hudson
An expression used to encourage yourself or someone else when it appears an endeavour is headed for a disastrous outcome (due mostly to external conditions).
Based on when Sully averted tragedy by successfully landing US Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River. See also, "Land it like Sully."
The company is on the brink of failure, so let's Land it in the Hudson.
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