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Go Home

A slang term meaning to close a position.
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The source said the illegal residents approached the embassy during the amnesty period last year for help in going home but that they did not go back after receiving their passports.
The basic fact is that we were not good enough and we are going home.
Sylvia Plachy: Self-Portrait with Cows Going Home is a moving and personal photographic memoir by expert photographer Sylvia Plachy.
Ahmed has no idea that the two people evicted tomorrow night will not be going home.
Before undergoing laparoscopic hysterectomy, the study participants attended classes explaining the procedure and were offered a choice of going home the same day they were treated or staying overnight in the hospital.
Later that day she had a short phone conversation with her father to say she was going home.
For criminal detainees like Vee and Kimho Ma, a Cambodian plaintiff in the Supreme Court case, the practice of indefinite detention meant that they had no hope of going home even after finishing their criminal sentences--sometimes the INS lockup lasted longer than many of their original sentences had been.
Going home from camp brings tears and sadness that camp is ending.
He was bailed but warned by recorder David Phillips, QC: "Just because you are going home today it doesn't mean you will be going home from here next time.
I made a speaking tour through Montana recently, and it felt like going home again - even though I'm not from there, and my only other visit was a brief summer vacation in Yellowstone National Park years ago.
Before going home, you'll need discharge orders from your doctor and a release form from the hospital business office.