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keyword: Leaving
Excuse Yourself »
(one is leaving; one should leave...)

Get A Big Send Off »
(a big party to celebrate that you are leaving; a going-away party...)

I'm Off »
(one is leaving; one will go away...)

One For The Road »
(one more, then I am leaving...)

See Someone To The Door »
(walk with that person to the door as they are leaving...)

With One's Tail Between One's Legs »
(Leaving in shame and disgrace...)



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