I used to think that I would go away and leave him.
"Cousin Henry" by Anthony Trollope
If you're going to talk like that, you can go away,' said her brother, turning his back on her.
"Chatterbox, 1906" by Various
Go away and leave us to our quiet.
"Floyd Grandon's Honor" by Amanda Minnie Douglas
Oh, Mr. Sinclair, please, please, go away.
"Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1907 to 1908" by Lucy Maud Montgomery
I would like to go away from this place, and it would be happiness as well as safety to go with you and my Marjorie.
"Allison Bain" by Margaret Murray Robertson
Yet I did not like to go away.
"Roger Trewinion" by Joseph Hocking
Jonathan told David that he might go away for three days, and they went out into a field together.
"Child's Story of the Bible" by Mary A. Lathbury
Carrie is going away to boarding school now, and I want to go with her, but Dad won't let me.
"Tabitha at Ivy Hall" by Ruth Alberta Brown
The best of the Manx boys are going away foreign, same as these ones.
"The Manxman A Novel - 1895" by Hall Caine
Surely you meant to go away.
"The Branding Iron" by Katharine Newlin Burt
"I know not, O, my lord," he said—
"She was not seen to-day,
And none within the palace saw
My lady go away."
"A Ballad" by Janet Hamilton
O traveler, tell him
That my youth wastes away…
If time goes on
Life too will go
And never shall we love again…
"Time And Love" by Vidyapati
"Susan would hurt him! Mother will
Let the poor baby stay?"
Her mother's heart grew sore, but still
Baby must go away!
"A Dream of Waking" by George MacDonald
Why should I still love it so,
Friend and brother far away?
Ask the winds that come and go,
What hath brought me here to-day.
"Araluen" by Henry Kendall
That's nice–because you never know
How far away it means to go;
And when to-morrow comes, you see,
It may be in the great wide sea.
"On The Bridge" by Kate Greenaway
But I fought with my heart and conquered,
I hid my wound from sight;
You were going away in the morning,
And I said a calm good-night.
"Platonic" by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
President Lee Myung-bak's hardline approach to Pyongyang is going away, no matter who replaces him.
The last remnants of electronics retailer Circuit City is going away.
Do you think it will ever completely go away.
Wall Street reform law won't go away.
Media Maybe It's Time for Maureen Dowd to Go Away.
The engineering group says traffic lights will go away.
"He is a good man, and it is just heartbreaking to me for him to be going away to prison," she said.
Drugged driving bill won't go away for lawmakers.
Sammy Wilson tells MLA Steven Agnew to go away and learn economics - not realising that he had taught him himself.
Anacostia wouldn't go away, as Turner converted a 15-yard touchdown pass to Tyray Johnson on third and goal on the ensuing possession.
Meredith French squeezes her eyes shut and shakes her head when she wants an oncoming seizure to go away.
Ethanol support, rain go away & school bullying.
They can wish and pray that it will go away.
We should have known that the USC-NCAA case wasn't going to just go away quietly.
You hope they go away … sometimes they don't sometimes they knock and knock.
Going back to our target scenario with Alice and Bob, one can see that this result insures that Alice comes away on average with more information than she started with.
Information Tradeoff Relations for Finite-Strength Quantum Measurements
Final state effects, such as jet quenching, should go away in dAu since we do not expect a large bulk medium to form.
Exploring QCD with Heavy Ion Collisions
DMILL radiation hard ASIC technology is going away already; will 0.25 micron ASIC technology be far behind? Even networking and computing components are a worry.
LHC Symposium 2003: Summary Talk
In particular, it is extremely important that states which are claimed, and then go away, be reported as withdrawn. I would not want to sti ﬂe the presentation of preliminary dat a, as such creates discussion that can be mutually informative.
The End of the Constituent Quark Model?
The move is designed to remove a curl in the line, but a curl in a rope does not go away, it just gets hidden as a twist when you pull on the rope.
Review of "Knots" by Alexei Sossinsky, Harvard University Press, 2002, ISBN 0-674-00944-4