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Go Home

A slang term meaning to close a position.
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These two proud women spoke for thousands in their story when they said, "All we want to do is go home.
The Year Five pupils at Ysgol Gymraeg Treganna in Canton, Cardiff, were asked to go home because of the situation.
The only thing I seem to know is I'm not gonna go home for a very long time or probably never.
One fire for a lot of bodies is cheaper than 30 separate fires, and guests will keep talking if they have to go home to cold beds.
I'd go home because I was tired, so I'd give it to my partner.
LAS VEGAS--Women who chose to go home the same day after laparoscopic hysterectomy fared as well as those who stayed longer in the hospital in a study of 359 patients.
Amillia was scheduled to go home Tuesday, but doctors kept her an extra day as a precaution.
The Saudi government has granted an Indian family of eight final exit visas so that they can go home to Hyderabad.
It will save the aggravation of paperwork generated by a return, and customers will go home happy, convinced that the sales clerk is a genius.
When I go home, will I have to change my regular activities or my diet?
Her shock and rage served as a catalyst and forced her to reflect on her past and go home again.
Throughout Spain, schools still close at 2:30 so students can go home for the traditional big meal of the day and a nap when the sun is at its hottest.