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Dart In And Out ( to appear, then leave repeatedly ... )

"Dart In And Out"

Darting in and out is arriving, then leaving, then coming back again repeatedly.

Example: "Is Jean around the office?" Reply: "Yes, she has been darting in and out all day."

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