from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of depart.
- adj. that is leaving
- adj. while leaving
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. leaving a starting or stopping point on a journey. Opposite of
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Division; distribution; expenditure.
- n. Separation; parting.
- n. Departure; leave-taking.
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We'll have to wait until the Tories come up with some concrete ideas to see whether they're really interested in departing from the constitutional status quo, or just looking for a different carpet to brush things under.
That does seem to have contributed greatly to the housing bubble, but conversely it has a relatively easy fix – stop departing from the Taylor Rule!
But departing from the Taylor Rule is what fiat systems do.
Chopper to Crawford departing from the South Lawn …
"The power to regulate commerce among the several States" can not include a power to construct roads and canals, and to improve the navigation of water courses in order to facilitate, promote, and secure such a commerce without a latitude of construction departing from the ordinary import of the terms strengthened by the known inconveniences which doubtless led to the grant of this remedial power to Congress.
The taxis departing from the Holiday Inn Express are secure.
In the spring of 2001, we heard reports, confirmed by Enron, that a number of senior executives were departing from the company.
Notably, he used Prezi as a visual aid, departing from the Powerpoint slides that are endemic to government conferences.
Now I have to admit that I was disappointed when I heard that Eccleston was departing from the role because I rank his portrayal of the Doctor second only the Tom Baker who played the character from 1974 to 1981 and has long been a fan favorite.
Also departing is underrated senior guard Bobby Frasor.