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Poyser, after pursuing his walk for a little while, went on, "I'll be bound she's gone after trying to get a lady's maid's place, for she'd got that in her head half a year ago, and wanted me to gi' my consent.
He had no warrant for the certainty that she was gone to Arthur.
She's been gone to Leeds this fortnight, and I couldn't learn from th' old woman any direction where she is at Leeds, else I should ha' brought it you."
If the Poysers learned that he was gone away again, Adam knew they would infer that he was gone in search of Hetty.
He was about to start on a long journey--a difficult one--by sea--and no soul would know where he was gone. If anything happened to him?
5 : to become lost, used, or spent <Our money was all gone.>
And our strategic planning model--the Rockford Action Model for Success, which we implemented 17 years ago--will be here long after I'm gone. Every three years, the plan gets redone.
And that means if we have higher graduation rates--which is one of the things that has happened since we began this--we've got to estimate how many of those students coming in, in year one, will be gone in year four.
we're in the information protection business, and the only way to ensure it's gone is through physical destruction.
I had gone to New Orleans and seen these houses, you know.
Rather than wade knee-deep in Sarbox paperwork or languish on the open market, many small or midsize companies already have gone private since the new regulation went into effect.