carry away

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At left, Mesa Engineering employees Justin Weller, left, and Pat Burrous carry away a fire hydrant damaged in the crash.
Nowadays, working in a shelter for homeless families, I set up a crib scene with figures my daughter made so that children who have never known the real meaning of Christmas see it and carry away a memory of another child who had no home, but was loved.
All the fresh fruit and vegetables a healthy rider can eat will fit in Bell's Carry Away Wire Basket.
The microscopically rough surfaces of these organisms prevent water drops from flattening, so the drops roll off and carry away dirt.
Everyone watching was filled with admiration as the job was completed and Coburn gathered the wool into a bag to carry away.