going away going away


  • (n) the act of departing



  1. It's deadly, infectious and not going away.
  2. But if Boilen has his way, the Snuggie and its aggressive marketing campaign aren't going away.
  3. But as families stayed in one place longer, the difference started going away.


  1. Feedly Adds New Features Ahead of Looming Google Reader Shutdown

    If you use Google Reader with any regularity, you’re probably well aware that it’s going away after July 1. Luckily, there’s no shortage of suitable alternatives, some of which are being built from the ground up (see Digg’s offering) and many of which have existed for a while. Feedly is one of the suitable alternatives that has existed for a while, functioning until recently as a plug-in for ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Techland

  2. Is Google Glass watching? Officials from six nations worry

    Privacy concerns surrounding Google Glass show little sign of going away with news that officials from six nations have sent a joint letter to Larry Page highlighting a number of questions they want answered about the high-tech device.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Fox News

  3. Neighbors in Bexley upset at Capital University’s plans for night games

    Larry Ferraris finds peace in his backyard evenings. Quiet. But if the university down the street gets its way, he fears that’s all going away. “Now, when I sit in my backyard, I’m going to be able to enjoy a loud crowd, music … and the PA system,” said Ferraris, 61.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The Columbus Dispatch

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/ˈtæn dʒə bəl /