It didn't go away.
Rittenhouse rolled away from Mr.
“What do you think about not cutting away?”
Roes no longer looks away from his father.
“And go away, and go away!”
Working away, tearing away.
Away makes "everything you need away," according to its website.
Away from Hollywood, away from downtown, seemingly away from anywhere.
"If that's the message they're taking away from this then I think this drives more people away from us."
and he tried to draw him away, but he tore himself away from his hand, and, beside himself with horror, ran to the horse.
Others were simply choosing on their own to stay indoors, away from work, away from friends and, in some cases, away from everyone.
Talk of the next 30 years has a tendency to drive Liberal Democrats away from specifics, away from the mechanics of British politics and on to philosophy.
Last year, you could appear in the top 50 by giving away at least 2.56 per cent of your residual wealth, and in the top 100 if you gave away at least 1.08 per cent.
This is a Turkish word used exclusively for the purpose of chasing away dogs—there are different words for chasing away cats and poultry—but this dog did not respond.
“That element of trust that people can make decisions, when you strip away the context and you strip away the transparency in the algorithmic feed, really goes away.
To put it into perspective, Neptune is about 30 AU away, the Voyager 1 probe is currently just under 140 AU away, and the nearest known star Proxima Centauri is 268,770 AU away.
On difference between away form and home form: "Away from home it's been different, we've taken our chances much better, scored some very good goals and we do find when we play away from home that the game opens up more.
On the difference between away form and home form: "Away from home it's been different, we've taken our chances much better, scored some very good goals and we do find when we play away from home that the game opens up more.
If you shall marry, You give away this hand, and that is mine, You give away heaven’s vows, and those are mine, You give away myself, which is known mine; For I by vow am so embodied yours That she which marries you must marry me, Either both or none.
- used of an opponent's ground
Example: an away game
- not present; having left
Example: he's away right now
- from a particular thing or place or position (`forth' is obsolete)
Example: ran away from the lion
- (of a baseball pitch) on the far side of home plate from the batter
Example: the pitch was away (or wide)
- from one's possession
- out of the way (especially away from one's thoughts)
- out of existence
Example: the music faded away
- at a distance in space or time
Example: the boat was 5 miles off (or away)
- indicating continuing action; continuously or steadily
Example: he worked away at the project for more than a year
- so as to be removed or gotten rid of
Example: cleared the mess away
- freely or at will
Example: fire away!
- in or into a proper place (especially for storage or safekeeping)
Example: put the toys away
- in a different direction
- in reserve; not for immediate use
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