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  • noun Plural form of send-off.

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Examples

  • Certain storylines don't get the send-offs they deserve, as this show's idea of tying up loose ends is to kill off troublesome characters.

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  • TV networks marked the official end of the TV season on Wednesday with a flurry of widely viewed send-offs, including the last episode of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and the season finale of "American Idol."

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  • On top of it all, Doc and Marty are planning on taking us back to the future, reliving Rome of 2009, in London of 2011, with Barcelona against Manchester United, in what promises to be the most fitting of send-offs to a magnificent sporting season.

    Dan Bigmore: The State of the Game

  • On top of it all, Doc and Marty are planning on taking us back to the future, reliving Rome of 2009, in London of 2011, with Barcelona against Manchester United, in what promises to be the most fitting of send-offs to a magnificent sporting season.

    Dan Bigmore: The State of the Game

  • What began as nostalgia for an earlier, simpler time that never existed soon morphed into a bona-fide cultural juggernaut, with the cupcake officially asserting itself as an acceptable replacement for traditional, full-sized cakes at weddings, birthday parties, retirement send-offs and even funerals.

    Time for a Frosty Farewell to Cupcakes

  • Campbell is the one who gave her all her photos in tee shirts with an M-4 in her hand and gave her cover to miss debates by going to military send-offs.

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  • Ravel had it stand in for lost pre-WWI Europe in La Valse, Rachmaninoff made a cottage industry lacing his own rich potions with "Dies irae" reminders, Strauss himself followed up Rosenkavalier with another epic trio of send-offs in the 1940s — Capriccio, Metamorphosen, and the Four Last Songs.

    Every night, they say, he sings the herd to sleep

  • Ravel had it stand in for lost pre-WWI Europe in La Valse, Rachmaninoff made a cottage industry lacing his own rich potions with "Dies irae" reminders, Strauss himself followed up Rosenkavalier with another epic trio of send-offs in the 1940s — Capriccio, Metamorphosen, and the Four Last Songs.

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  • Many have come forward to volunteer at LZ Lambeau, telling us that they deeply appreciate the send-offs and welcome-homes they have received because Vietnam veterans have collectively said never again will men and women who fight our wars be treated as we were treated.

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  • He said he liked the way the small towns down there did their funerals, the ‘send-offs,’ he called them.

    Brown-Eyed Girl

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