pass from (something)

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pass from (something)

To disappear gradually from some place or state of being. Eventually, the memory of the horrible event passed from the memory of the town, and everyone just kind of got on with their lives. Most of the wildlife has passed from this place over the last 50 years. About the only wild animals you see anymore are rats.
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pass from something

to fade away from something; to go away gradually. The larger trees had passed from the scene years ago. The exact details passed from Harry's memory some time ago.
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References in classic literature ?
This receives confirmation from the circumstance, that it is observed of animals destitute of lungs that they have also but one cavity in the heart, and that in children who cannot use them while in the womb, there is a hole through which the blood flows from the hollow vein into the left cavity of the heart, and a tube through which it passes from the arterial vein into the grand artery without passing through the lung.
Player A passes from the top of the three-point line to Player B out on the right wing.
IRS Announcement 2000-78 changed the distribution requirement in proposed regulations that would have exempted transit passes from taxes only for the month in which they were actually distributed to employees.
Only the portion of community property that passes from the decedent would continue to receive a stepped-up basis.
Note that the three players are not in a straight line so that the players can deliver long passes from one end to the other, without the middle player being in a position to interfere with the long pass or bring a defender into the middle of the situation.