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away

1. Golf (of a ball or player) farthest from the hole
2. Baseball (of a player) having been put out
3. Horse racing relating to the outward portion or first half of a race
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Joe Rodriguez Weevil Away 231 Douglas Rd E Unit 9 Oldsmar, FL 34677 phone: 408-591-1111 email: info@weevilaway.
He should see the guard pulling away, letting him get to playside more quickly.
In Taiwan 50 to 100 years ago, he contends, practical considerations about the future economic health of their households, not to mention their own social status, prompted women to give away daughters that they had raised for months or years.
Although he said Congress will likely adjourn without passing any privacy legislation, "believe me, privacy is not going away.
Exeter away (July 17), Forest Green away (July 20), Livingston away (July 22), Motherwell away (July 24), Partick Thistle away (July 27), Tranmere away (July 31), Stoke away (August 3), Deportivo Alaves home (August 10).
Lee Horowitz, founder and director of Skylemar in Naples, Maine, passed away recently at age 84.
Kevin said: 'I didn't get on with my stepfather and so ran away.
Anyone who ran away got a horrific beating, and their heads were shaved," Barney said.
Even if today, as Showalter notes, the quilt has "transcended the stigma of its sources in women's culhire" and become the "central metaphor of American cultural identity" (215), that generalizing drift away from a certain womanly specificity has not diminished its appeal as a kind of ground for certain groups, particularly women's.
Travel expenses related to temporary employment in a single location away from home generally are deductible under Sec.
Before the Heaven's Gate suicide gripped our attention, the media were targeting another variety of high-tech weirdos: Silicon Valley entrepreneurs who haven't given away "enough" of their newfound wealth.
By contrast, if you don't start putting money away until your 41st birthday, then invest $1,000 a year each year until you turn 60, you will have put in $20,000, and at the end you will have $43,865.