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fly away

To leave some place or area by flying. Look, the birds are flying away for the winter.
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fly away

to take flight and depart. The owl hooted one last hoot and flew away. All the birds flew away when the cat came around.
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Let's Fly Away follows a previous film, All at Sea, and both are available as CDs and signed in Makaton, a communication system that uses signs and symbols to support spoken words.
When researchers, who were approaching foraging magpies, looked directly at the magpies, the magpies took the decisions faster regardless of whether the final decision was to return to foraging or to fly away and whether the stress or danger perceived by a magpie was low or high.
Blockbusters don't spotlight on...Jeff Daniels need much help." Today: Fly Away Home, Five, 2.35pm.
"Come Fly Away," which first appeared last fall at Atlanta's Alliance as "Come Fly With Me," follows strangers in the night; they find each other in a bar, dance, fight and dance some more.
Honeybees that fly away to die, queens abandoned in collapsing colonies, loads of brood left to starve beside untouched food stores.
The lush Fly Away briefly slows things down, but otherwise it's pure pop business as usual.
Make sure your birds are properly secured to the ground so they won't fly away on their own when high winds kick up.
By putting the system on a C-17, there is no limit to geographic location, and the aircraft can fly away from or above the weather.
The repellent spray, which consists of a mix of natural ingredients, became a top-selling brand in the equine industry and today Ms Dolisznyj is managing director of her own company, Fly Away.
Her mouth smeared with blood, she holds a dove in her hand; the bird manages to fly away, but after a reverse shot of the Japanese Hitch, whose face is exposed to a strong wind, the bird is again in the women's hands, apparently lifeless.
"I started with core strength, because I had this very loose back and was one of those dancers who couldn't put all the body pieces together," Van Patten says, demonstrating how her long limbs used to fly away from her torso.
Lenny Kravitz's song Fly Away provided the backdrop for the Nissan's original Xterra commercials.
She thinks it might be because she had a dream, before they were born, that she could fly away from the city slum where she lives.
It's normally cats who get stuck up trees - birds are meant to be able to fly away home.