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ride away

to depart, riding a bike or a horse or similar animal. She got on her horse and rode away. They rode away without even saying good-bye.
See also: away, ride
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The Ride Away Weekend is a one of a kind - an opportunity to get ready for the road, at a fraction of the normal cost.
Ride Away indicated in a press release dated December 20, 2007 that it is committed to providing transportation assistance to veterans who have sacrificed for our country by helping them in their time of need.
The insurance is available throughout the firm's UK dealer network, and customers can receive quotes in the showroom along with immediate cover, allowing them to ride away on their new machine.
The path to a detoxifying Pahoehoe Wrap with volcanic mud is only an elevator ride away.
Haswell and young Rachel (one of the most precocious 7-year-olds you might ever find and a good source of comic relief in this grim tale) take the horse of the dead captain and ride away to find their grandmother and aunts in Winchester, Virginia.
It had been my parents' first Broadway musical too, because even though Times Square was only a twenty-minute subway ride away, theater tickets even the cheap seats--were an unaffordable luxury in our Bronx neighborhood.
But fear not, regal evening can be had just a quick channel train ride away at Le Bal du Roy in Paris' Palace of Versailles, This New Year's Eve celebration is the culmination of a five-day V.
Worth may not put much faith in "economic development," pointing out that Manhattan is only a 15-minute subway ride away, not everybody in the South Bronx is going to find a job on Broadway or Wall Street.
Wish them a good day and walk (oops) ride away in the other direction.
Despite his precision rail skills (he never missed the grind, not once), the 2010 Australian Skater of the Year just couldn't catch a break on the ride away.
Stephen and Angela Clark set up their firm, Ride Away, in 1980.
Some bicycles were taken by individuals who "swooped" as they jogged past and one thief managed to ride away on his own bicycle while towing his bounty.
The court heard Morgan, of Longspears Avenue, Heath, then tried to ride away on his bike.