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Go Home

A slang term meaning to close a position.
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However, the remaining 26 others including a woman were allowed to go home by the FIA after verifications of their travel documents.
He said he wanted to go home, he wanted to go to Jamaica," Martin told the court.
Some hospitals encourage mothers to go home four or five hours after a normal delivery.
Vice Mayor Duterte, who rushed to the blast site, 'asked the public to go home and bars to close down,' the CIO said on its Facebook page.
We tried our best to get an emergency certificate to go home during the grace period but were unable to do so because we did not have the required documents.
COMPLAINTS: One of the controversial Government adverts urging illegal immigrants to go home
of Pompano Beach, Florida--published the next day notes that the state in which he grew up has changed, concluding, "As Thomas Wolfe, a North Carolina native son, wrote, 'you can't go home again.
And before I'd be a slave, I'll be buried in my grave And go home to my Lord and be free.
OF the 64 Boylesports Derby runners, 21 were sons of the top coursing sire Bexhill Eoin, but the last of them went out at the quarter-final stage, and it was his grandson Go Home Hare who went on to capture the EUR35,000 purse for owners the Mel Syndicate and trainer Dessie Kerrigan.
Louise Ward, prosecuting, said Irvine, of Dunfermline, pointed to Skacel and shouted: "Refugee go home.
I don't think the hospital would let patients go home unless they are fit enough to do so.
A note should be put up in the hospital to this effect and nurses who continue to go home in uniform should be reprimanded.