from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Something that is easy and presents no difficulties, especially an easily won sports contest; a walkover.
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- n. An easy victory; a walkover.
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- n. an easy victory
The moment you find out, you’re a walkaway from a Pink Floyd song.
Cowley is about a five minute walkaway, which is a lively area with a high student population.
In addition, existing disclosures typically failed to make clear in a single place the total amount of "walkaway" pay due a top executive, including severance, pensions, and deferred compensation.
Another entry into the ring: I recently posted for sale another version of the 'walkaway' or 'popover' dress that is an updated mid-1960's version by Anne Adams, #4756.
DaisyLynn: if you goal is to draft the pattern for the "walkaway" dress as a project, then why not make it any way that you wish?
That's what I plan to do, if I ever get around to making a "walkaway" dress.
Carl Wiens For instance, you hear a lot of talk about the "walkaway" risk.
Mr. Whatley thought that the Salvation Army was having a kind of walkaway, so he slipped out at the back door of the ranch, put Esau into his own wagon and drove away to town.
His secret weapons included "walkaway" clauses or "buy-it-if-you-like-it" deals unlike anything the industry had seen.
"I don't necessarily think other banks are going to look at widespread principal forgiveness as a solution," said Frank Pallotta, managing partner of Loan Value Group, a New Jersey company that's working with mortgage investors to help cope with the "walkaway" problem.
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