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Circle the wagons unite in defence of a common interest (originally North American, with reference to the defensive position of a wagon train under attack).

the wheel has come full circle the situation has returned to what it was in the past, as if completing a cycle, with reference to Shakespeare's King Lear, by association with the wheel fabled to be turned by Fortune and representing mutability.

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