What Shahin Najafi has done is like exiting a religion that leaves no room for other people to breathe.
In the Times account, General Campbell punctuated the point for exiting the Pech.
He was exiting his car when a person unknown approached him and fired twice with a shotgun.
Great public intellectuals like Richard Hofstadter were exiting the stage.
In 2001, he got his knees reconstructed and was planning on exiting the military when Sept. 11 happened.
We, too, are exiting our own emotional bunkers after eight days of war, tentatively, cautiously, skeptically.
That is to say, could it have been caused by an exiting bullet?
exiting it, we turned down a short, closed hallway that opened into the concealed area behind the podium that I spoke of earlier.
If there is tresure on that iland I should think you could look for it and it would be exiting.
exiting from stage into the side room, she became immediately the center of a buzzing throng of highly excited girls.
1530s, from Latin exit "he or she goes out," third person singular present indicative of exire "go out," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + ire "to go" (see ion).
Also from Latin exitus "a leaving, a going out," noun of action from exire. Originally in English a Latin stage direction (late 15c.); sense of "door for leaving" is 1786. Meaning "departure" (originally from the stage) is from 1580s. The verb is c.1600, from the noun; it ought to be left to stage directions and the clunky jargon of police reports.
Those who neither know Latin nor read plays are apt to forget or not know that this is a singular verb with plural exeunt. [Fowler]Related: Exited; exiting.