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breeze off

To depart quickly or unexpectedly. Brian breezed off before I had a chance to say goodbye to him.
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breeze off

to leave quickly or abruptly. Don't just breeze off! Stay and talk. Lily breezed off in a huffy manner.
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But there's no way non-smokers should be forced to share in their malodorous pastime when the breezes off the Mersey waft their fumes over our muchanticipated starters and mains.
Leading almost from the start of the leg from Abu Dhabi, AISM kept their cool to hold off all challengers in the light breezes off the UAE coast.
And the breezes off the reservoir provide practice for dealing with wind-direction changes while crossing Route 128 from Wellesley into Newton.
In the meantime Nick Clegg breezes off to the Swiss ski slopes and says it had slipped his mind he was meant to be minding the shop in Mr Cameron's absence.
The ten youngest City debutants are now: 1: Jonson Clarke-Harris (Aug 2010) 16 years 20 days 2: Ben Mackey (Apr 2003) 16 years 167 days 3: Gary McSheffrey (Apr 1999) 16 years 198 days 4: Brian Hill (Apr 1958) 16 years 273 days 5: Isaac Osbourne (Apr 2003) 16 years 308 days 6: Perry Suckling (Aug 1982) 16 years 320 days 7: George Curtis (Apr 1956) 16 years 351 days 8: Dietmar Bruck (Apr 1961) 17 years 9 days 9: Colin Holder (Mar 1961) 17 years 73 days 10: Lol Harvey (Nov 1951) 17 years 101 days City seem to have a problem with trips to West Lancashire - perhaps it is the cool breezes off the Irish Sea.
Offers covered outdoor seating with breezes off the river for 200.
Then there's the Speaker in the House of Commons whose wife breezes off on shopping trips via taxi at the cost of the taxpayer.
After three years of daily dips, the homeowner earlier this year challenged the design team to solve two issues: winter breezes off the Gulf and solar overheating in the summer.
Firstly, as Tom breezes off to be kidnapped, he tells sons Carl and Matthew that he's on his way to meet Sadie.
Keeps the vicious sea breezes off your sarnies and out of your squash; 2.
Though not a stone's throw from the water, as is the case with the Five Gables Inn, the Bradley's upper rooms pick up views of Johns Bay - and, more importantly, stiff, cool breezes off it.
The sweet smell of willow and the cool breezes off the mighty Fraser River combine and surround the Xats'ull Heritage Village with the fresh scent of spring.
The "Windy City," a label imposed by volatile local politics --rather than frigid breezes off Lake Michigan -- enters the twenty-first century as an important microcosm of the pluralistic nation the United States has become.
Claiming that the site was beyond repair by the addition of more buildings, Price proposed a series of 70ft tall 'wind blinkers' resembling windmills to catch breezes off the river and serve as the lungs of Midtown Manhattan.
For many years, Ohioans from inland cities like Columbus or Dayton summered on the peninsula, many building summer cottages so they could enjoy the cool breezes off the Great Lake.