Departure [noun]

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Prior to their departure, workers at the center run the mail through large sorting machines to separate out which mail should go where.

At first, the new approach did not seem to lead to any important departures from the standard predictions.

Reshape the economy away from work-based valueOne of the greatest challenges in a departure from work is for people to find value elsewhere in life.

His departure followed an investigation commissioned by the district that stemmed from a series of internal complaints among the staff.

After spending two months on leave, he negotiated a departure deal in April this year that included 10 months’ pay, or $147,000, district records show.

It’s also a major departure from even late last week, when they said they’d convene a task force of experts to help determine when schools could safely reopen.

He explains the late departure of the ships for Nueva España, and the consequent mortality reported on one of them.

It was near the hour, by the time they got there, when David Arden would arrive from his northern point of departure.

He bowed, with a flourish of his plumed hat, and would with that have taken his departure but that the Seneschal stayed him.

His departure in autumn had been so gradual, that it was difficult to say when night began to overcome the day.