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Used in the context of general equities. Sell insurance ("we've got 50 IBM to go".).
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Give me, then, a ship and a crew of twenty men to take me hither and thither, and I will go to Sparta and to Pylos in quest of my father who has so long been missing.
Or will he go to Ephyra as well, for poison to put in our wine and kill us?
Adam then went straight to the house from which the Stonition coach started: Stoniton was the most obvious place for Hetty to go to first, whatever might be her destination, for she would hardly venture on any but the chief coach-roads.
He determined to go to the village, in the first place, attend to his business for an hour, and give notice to Burge of his being obliged to go on a journey, which he must beg him not to mention to any one; for he wished to avoid going to the Hall Farm near breakfast-time, when the children and servants would be in the house-place, and there must be exclamations in their hearing about his having returned without Hetty.
He had told Seth to go to the Chase and leave a message for the squire, saying that Adam Bede had been obliged to start off suddenly on a journey--and to say as much, and no more, to any one else who made inquiries about him.
He had intended to go right on his way from the Hall Farm, but now the impulse which had frequently visited him before--to go to Mr.
I guess I ought to stick out and make you go to college--but I know I can't, so I ain't going to try.
I set myself close up to a shop-side with my back to the counter, as if to let the crowd pass by, when keeping my eye upon a parcel of lace which the shopkeeper was showing to some ladies that stood by me, the shopkeeper and her maid were so taken up with looking to see who was coming, and what shop they would go to, that I found means to slip a paper of lace into my pocket and come clear off with it; so the lady-milliner paid dear enough for her gaping after the queen.
You know the way, you slip off quietly and go to Kingston.
Well, I don't know, gents," replied the noble fellow, "but I suppose SOME train's got to go to Kingston; and I'll do it.
We used to go to Del Mar every weekend because that was the only game in town, and sleep in cars and camp out and skate the park all weekend.
You go to the next one and take that one out, and by the next day the whole command and control and communication of the Iraqi system is taken out.