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- v. To leave abruptly.
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I knew better than to reveal that it was a Christmas present from my “Aunt Ruth,” Ruth Tryon, press attaché at the American legation, pronounced persona non grata and given twenty-four hours to pack up and leave Hungary shortly after presenting me with the magic monkey.
I argued that Clinton was probably going to win anyway, that we shouldn’t stand in Donilon’s way, and that we couldn’t: he could just pick up and leave if he had to.
When we dig him up and leave him on the Sha Tin Road with the note on his fornicating chest …. "
There might've been a third way it could come out: Alvin might just up and leave Ta-Kumsaw.