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*away (from someone or something)

avoiding someone or something; maintaining a physical distance from someone or something. (*Typically: get ~; keep ~; stay~.) Please keep away from me if you have a cold. Stay away from the construction site, Timmy.

away

mod. in prison. (see also Are we away?.) My cousin is away for a year.
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From the Middle Ages to the mid-19th century, "European women also gave their children away with no more--it seems to me even less--reason" than Taiwanese did, Wolf holds.
Welling away (July 20), Stevenage away (July 24), Southend away (July 27), Torquay away (July 29), Plymouth away (July 31), Reading away (August 2), Crystal Palace away (August 5), Porto home (August 10).
Gene Ezersky, a member of the American Camping Association's Pioneers of Camping Club, passed away recently.
An estimated 100,000 children under 16 run away from home or care every year in the UK, including 4,700 in the West Midlands
The stakes are, of course, raised as soon as one makes a link between Walker and the wayward, a link she herself does not shy away from.
93-86 provided that, if employment away from home in a single location initially is realistically expected to last for one year or less, but at some later date the employment is realistically expected to exceed one year, it will be treated as temporary (in the absence of facts and circumstances indicating otherwise) until the date that the taxpayer's realistic expectation changes.
Aside from the perpetual tax code problems, however, giving away thousands, even millions, of dollars is (and ought to be) a serious affair.
Profit-sharing plans let you put away up to 15%, up to a total deductible contribution of $22,500.
Jonah "found a ship bound for Tarshish; he paid his fare and went aboard, to go with them to Tarshish, to get away from Yahweh" (Jon.
According to revenue ruling 93-86, if employment away from home is realistically expected to last (and does in fact last) for one year or less, the employment is treated as temporary and all related ordinary and necessary travel expenses are deductible.
Away to Leeds, St Helens, Huddersfield, Castleford.
IF ground advantage was caused by the crowd, the prospects of an away team would rise with the number of away supporters.
Here's their record: 1991 Cup Winners' Cup: 3-3 v Katowice (lost 2-0 away then won 3-1 at home).
ROVERS Utd Home Away Home AwayApr Home Away Home Away UNITED Away abb United can strike another significant blow in the title race by beating Steve Kean's men, but Ferguson is wary of Rovers.
There's no better way to 'fool' a deer out of your garden than to trigger their natural fear instinct, and Shake-Away products take advantage of this defense mechanism to keep deer away from your valuable plantings," said Bob Reynolds, Shake-Away, Inc.