leave behind :
- v depart and not take along
- v be survived by after one's death
- v leave unchanged or undisturbed or refrain from taking
News & Articles
- A heart for students
It was no easy decision for Angelica "Angel" Curley to leave behind her 30-year career as a substance abuse counselor in the Fairport school district. The toughest part will be saying goodbye to the students, she explained. “They have kept me young,” Curley said with a warm laugh. Suddenly, her eyes become moist.
June 14, 2013 - Fairport - East Rochester Post
- NYPD's Powers of Threat Perception
Even if President Obama successfully closes Guantanamo, ironically he may leave behind for future presidents a stronger and more reliable law-of-war detention tool for terrorist enemies than he inherited.
June 14, 2013 - Foreign Relations
- Glenbrook North grad sad to leave high school behind
NORTHBROOK — Grace Ruklick, a Glenbrook North High School graduate, is looking forward to her future with optimism, but is sorry to put GBN behind her. She is anxious to go out into the world, but also reluctant to leave behind the friends and school community she has embraced for four years. The 18-year-old has been involved in just about every extra-curricular activity that she could. Ruklick ...
June 11, 2013 - Northbrook Star