Sorry, no definitions found.
“Are you really going to make that blue corn tortilla soup you got in that going-away gift basket?”
“On what is reportedly Rahm Emanuel's last day as White House chief of staff, the Council of Economic advisers presented him with their going-away gift.”
“Austan Goolsbee, President Obama's recently installed Office of Management and Budget chief, presented Emanuel with the gift saying, I talked to the policy team and we wanted to give you a going-away present -- something to show how we feel about you but also shows we understand your new possibilities.”
“Neighbors were so supportive, they threw him a going-away party.”
“Then, on the final day of my service at the White House (Jan. 30, 1998), Rahm showed up -- to my surprise -- at my going-away reception, hosted by President and Mrs. Clinton in the historic Diplomatic Reception Room on the ground floor of the residence.”
“�Another Chicagoan on the White House staff jokingly presented Emanuel with a going-away present today: a dead fish.”
“SCOTT SIMON, host: Rahm Emanuel was given a little going-away present at his last White House staff meeting yesterday: a dead fish wrapped in two Chicago newspapers.”
“I'm going to throw a party," declares Kyle, Reiser's real-life best friend -- as if a going-away party with your public-radio station colleagues, where people ask "How-long-do-you-have" questions, is what anyone with cancer wants!”
“Levin muted my line, called me an "A-hole" three times, and then gave me about 2 seconds to begin a response so he could hang up on me with his signature going-away insult.”
“She's first seen accepting a going-away gift at the end of her first and apparently only year of teaching because she's leaving to get married.”
‘going-away’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for going-away.