slip away from

See: abandon
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If you would like to take in the spectacle of the ships in style, then slip away from the madness of the docks and make your way up to Liverpool's tallest restaurant, The Panoramic, where you can take in the views and afternoon tea.
Like a cloak of invisibility, an enzyme released by strep A bacteria lets them slip away from the body's staunchest defenders, a new study shows.
A low cross from Franny More saw Stuart McGuigan slip away from his marker to sidefoot home.
The challenge is there for Simonsen to work hard and ensure that the chance he battled so hard for does not slip away from him.
Slip away from the noise of the city in its first vestpocket park.