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  • v. Present participle of vamoose.

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Examples

  • The other mechanism would have to include vamoosing the energy provided by the increase in CO2.

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  • Well, more than 5,000 votes later, and the results are in: 31% of respondents proclaimed their intention to stick with FB, and approximately the same number cited access to personal information as their number-one reason for vamoosing.

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  • Hearing the pie dish hit the floor, rushed to the kitchen to see Buck vamoosing it the other direction.

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  • Dana announces she's vamoosing the much-beloved Number One Hit Song.

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  • Jerry had, of course, intended doing a similar vamoosing stunt.

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  • "We still have guests who ask why the floors are all tilted from the center to the sides," says Jake Wade, general manager of one of Philadelphia's pre-eminent restaurants and the only one capable of raising anchor and vamoosing to sunnier ports.

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  • The Red Wings are on the verge of making the playoffs for the 19th consecutive season, and they'll have done it with an injury-ravaged roster that was already reeling from some free agency losses and a player vamoosing to Russia unexpectedly.

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  • Lee, at the prorated remainder of his contract, would get about $220,000 per start before vamoosing for the next big deal.

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  • The vamoosing Vice has no apologies about turning America into a country that tortured; indeed, he denies it ever happened.

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  • Out of deference to Conservatives I will not mention some of the more juicy parts of Dowd's column, such as where she mentions that she would have liked to kick Cheney in the shins; or where she calls him "the lawless Vice presiding over lawmakers swearing to support and defend the Constitution that he soiled and defiled," and "the vamoosing Vice" who "has no apologies about turning America into a country that tortured."

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