away with (someone or something)

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away with (someone or something)

Go away! Away with you—you're bothering me!
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away with something

used as an exhortation to overcome or be rid of something.
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color) Nellie McKay, 19, titled her debut album ``Get Away From Me'' as a not-so-subtle dig at Norah Jones' ``Come Away With Me.
I can't contemplate why anyone would do away with the one thing that works.
Many other organizations also oppose legislation to do away with MediPass such as the Florida Hospital Association and the Florida Academy of Family Physicians.
If both men retired that summer, O'Neal would walk away with two years and $61.
After a four-year probe that ended with a plea agreement, Alatorre got away with admitting his guilt to one count of willfully evading the payment of federal income tax for the 1996 tax year - the lightest charge he faced.
But the vendor memorized the license plate number of the robbers' car as he lay on the ground, and deputies stopped it several blocks away with three suspects inside.
This is a vote for what Sharp Cat achieved in her brief season: She never trailed while going 4 for 4 by a combined 23 lengths and earned a Beyer speed figure (119) in Skip Away's realm when she and jockey Corey Nakatani ran away with the Beldame.
He flashed past Skip Away with about a furlong remaining, then overtook leading Gentlemen about a sixteenth of a mile later.
In ``Getting Away With Murder,'' Dan Aykroyd stands none too convincingly before a blackboard that reads ``Hegel's dialectic.
Harvey Miller, who wrote and directed the listless ``Getting Away With Murder,'' seems to be after a tone of light moral comedy without recognizing how unattainable that would be.
Like ``Faithful,'' another indifferent comedy left behind after the demise of Savoy Pictures, ``Getting Away With Murder'' doesn't have anything radically wrong with it.
THE FACTS The film: ``Getting Away With Murder'' (R; profanity and a few brief, discreet sex scenes).
SHOULD a parent who has good reasons for moving away with the children after a divorce be permitted to relocate or should such a move place that parent at risk of losing custody of the children?