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kiss goodbye to (someone or something)

1. Literally, to give someone a kiss when parting. Come kiss goodbye to your mother before you leave!
2. 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 kiss goodbye to your brand new car, mister! After my horse lost the final race, I kissed goodbye to all the money I'd won that day at the track. You do realize that you'll be kissing goodbye to all the benefits the company has to offer if you decide to work as a freelancer?
See also: goodbye, kiss

say goodbye to (someone or something)

1. Literally, to say "goodbye" to someone when parting. Say goodbye to your mother before you leave!
2. 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?
See also: goodbye, say

wave goodbye to (someone or something)

1. Literally, to wave to someone when parting. Wave goodbye to your friends, sweetie. They're at the window.
2. 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?
See also: goodbye, wave
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Goodby Road is a heavily-residential area off Russell Road in Moseley.
In the director's unpublished autobiography, written in 1957, which Prof Goodby has recently had translated, Mr Golestan tells of an encounter with 36-year-old Thomas at the company's refinery in Abadan, where he was working as an administrator.
The poem has been published in poetry magazine Nation Review and will be re-published in an anthology edited by Prof Goodby in May.
"I had never come across the poem before," said Prof Goodby.
The people at the Cantt Station witnessed an emotional scene when a women from Karachi came over to say goodby to her relative with tears shedding from her eyes.
Argyilan earlier held senior positions with advertising and integrated marketing agencies Arnold, Hill Holiday and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, a unit of global advertising and marketing communications services company Omnicom Group Inc.
Swifts were happier in the freakish conditions, taking the lead when Adam Goodby's longrange free-kick ricocheted home via the bar.
Quick-thinking Francesca Goodby, six, sprang into action when her mum Kay went into labour on the bathroom floor.
"Size absolutely does matter," the New York Times quoted Christine Chen, the director of communication strategy at Goodby Silverstein and Partners, an ad agency in San Francisco, as saying.
Ad agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners, production company The Directors Bureau and director Mike Mills, said they tried to capture the essence of the post-college rut with the new Corona Light TV spots.
Again Coalville responded and, after Moore had hit the bar and two super Burke saves, Callum Woodward's cross was nodded home by Adam Goodby to make it 2-2 with 10 minutes left.
One of her stories in the First Wives Club: Coast Salish Style" titled "Goodby Snauq" speaks of the mythical Raven and how the Raven has shaped us and built us for transformation.
The Festival presented a stellar line-up of speakers to learn from, challenge and meet, including Spike Jonze and Ben Stiller; top creative innovators David Droga, Jeff Goodby, Akira Kagami, Marcello Serpa, Mark Tutssel, Erik Vervroegen and Fernando Vega Olmos; as well as industry leaders Sir Martin Sorrell and Maurice LA[c]vy.
You may have never heard of them, but pop pioneers Lee Clow, Hal Riney, George Lois, Mary Wells, Jeff Goodby, Rich Silverstein, Phyllis K.