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say goodbye to (something)

To lose or end something, especially suddenly; to be forced to accept such a loss or end. You were caught drinking on school property? Well, you can say goodbye to your brand new car, mister! After the final horse lost its race, I said goodbye to all the money I'd won that day at the track. You do realize that you'll be saying goodbye to all the benefits the company has to offer if you decide to work as a freelancer?
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wave goodbye to (something)

To lose or end something, especially suddenly; to be forced to accept such a loss or end. You were caught drinking on school property? Well, you can wave goodbye to your brand new car, mister! After the final horse lost its race, I waved goodbye to all the money I'd won that day at the track. You do realize that you'll be waving goodbye to all the health insurance benefits the company has to offer if you decide to work as a freelancer?
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But Professor Goodby said: "There are several points to be made in defence of the poem's "lostness" and against Geoff's rather relentless negativity.
Ewanick, who was fired last summer over a European soccer marketing deal, had established Commonwealth as a 50-50 venture between competitors Goodby and McCann and won publicity for enticing them to launch an office in downtown Detroit, DFP reports.
Jeff Goodby, Co-Chairman, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
Sheppard, aged 24, has plenty of higher level non-league experience having played at Hednesford, Telford, Tamworth following a spell at Birmingham City during his teens, while fellow Shepshed Dynamo team-mate 26-year-old Goodby has also linked up with Valley.
The inquiry was triggered by the city's chief legal officer after invoices for consultancy services and IT development were paid by the council to Birminghambased Nutrient Ltd, where Mrs Goodby is the company secretary and her husband Jack Goodby is a director and sole shareholder.
The result of the inquiry is being kept under wraps by the council, which would only say that Mrs Goodby had been subjected to a formal disciplinary process.
Well," says Steven Simpson, creative director and a partner in Goodby, Silverstein, "we made a pitch for their business and they liked what they saw.
Goodby said: "A huge shout went up when we heard Michael had won.
His writing was different from other ad writing - he approached it as an opportunity to be entertaining and inventive, which is not what a lot of advertising writers do,'' says Jeff Goodby of the San Francisco ad agency Goodby Silverstein and Partners, who acknowledges the sensibility of his ``Got milk?
Espada sent along a copy of the recruitment letter from Nike's ad agency Goodby, Silverstein & Partners of San Francisco.
00 from the sale of baked goods by IAA members and a matching contribution of $5,000 from San Francisco's own Goodby Silverstein and Partners, whose employees in San Francisco and Detroit participated.
However, last year Swansea University professor John Goodby stumbled upon the work after being contacted by an old teacher from Marsh Hill Grammar in Birmingham.
In a unique structure, personnel from both agencies worked side by side under the direction of GG Chief Strategy & Engagement Officer Andrew Delbridge and GS&P Co-Chairman Jeff Goodby.
GOODBY Gail To our darling Daughter Gail Happy 48th Birthday.
Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, an ad agency that has worked with Anheuser-Busch for the past 15 years, will no longer be producing advertising for the St.