let it


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let it

/'er rip Informal
To allow something to start or happen with vigor or energy.
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PGL: He died, and they were going to just let it go.
To mark the launch of the new company, Let It is offering Home Record landlords a reduced management fee of 7.
Let it be heard loud and clear, I am saying civil rights and equal access to public accommodations are things that black Americans should have.
Do it once, let it sit for a while, and then revisit it.
Do not let it beat you down until you just want it to simply go away or view it as some annoyance that distracts from the game.
If you don't like what's happening to you, try and deal with it and if you can't, just try and let it slip away.
And if he ever thought of murdering his mother, he was far too gracious to let it be known.
Paul: No, if you let it be known that this is the program they'll be in if they want to be an executive of the company, they're going to do it.
This is the kind of thing that for the most part, doctors will just say, let's put somebody either in a brace for a couple weeks and let it heal, prescribe four to six weeks before we start thinking about coming back.
We're going to have to allow a course of time to take its toll on whatever this energy is around it, and just let it dissipate a little bit,'' Lakers coach Phil Jackson said.
If either of them choose not to pursue dating, just let it go.
If your friends give your geeky love god a chance but still aren't into him, let it go.