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gone away

noun, Fox Hunting.
1.
the cry uttered by the huntsman as a signal to the field that the hounds are in full cry and the hunt is on.
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  • She underwent a round of chemotherapy that nauseated her and caused her hair to fall out, but the cancer had gone away.
  • Suddenly, because they got the oil well capped everybody thinks the problem's gone away.
  • It should have gone away, but thousands of fans still use it and keep its applications current.
  • But the controversy hasn't gone away, as his findings began to be investigated in laboratories around the world.
  • Although the restraining order has gone away, it doesn't mean the students are completely in the clear.
  • Then you parents notice the expected side-effects have not gone away.
  • Ten years later, many of them are suffering from health problems that still haven't gone away.
  • He became more dazed and confused during an illness, and some new problems popped up that have not completely gone away.
  • Of course, the dream of making humanoid robots has not gone away.
  • The general non-interventionist impulse on the right has never completely gone away.

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