go away

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If you go away, you can learn to paint pictures yourself like those at Tredowen.
Not as it's my wish she should go away at all, but quite contrairy.
Not very long," Marija answered, and then, at a signal from Aniele, she rushed on: "You go away, Jurgis you can't help--go away and come back later.
Because he could hear Ona from the street, he would first go away to escape the sounds, and then come back because he could not help it.
I must never give you a second opportunity of saying that you love me; I must go away, leaving no trace behind by which you can possibly discover me.
You shall not go away alone, George," she wrote, "while I have strength and spirits to keep you company.
But he would never know that she loved him -- he would go away from this life thinking that she did not care.
But we have not yet found my faithful follower, the Tin Woodman," said Ozma to Dorothy, "and without him I do not wish to go away.
There is no use punishing the Nome King any more, and I'm 'fraid we'll have to go away without our friend.
And the best thing for all of you is to go away too, as soon as you like.
He said I might do so if I pleased, but that if I did not, there were ways enough to secure my right, and immediately to appropriate the profits to my use: and as there were ships in the river of Lisbon just ready to go away to Brazil, he made me enter my name in a public register, with his affidavit, affirming, upon oath, that I was alive, and that I was the same person who took up the land for the planting the said plantation at first.
But among all my relations or acquaintances I could not yet pitch upon one to whom I durst commit the gross of my stock, that I might go away to the Brazils, and leave things safe behind me; and this greatly perplexed me.