Exiting [verb]

Definition of Exiting:

leave a place

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Some of its most successful exits include Beyond Meat and Lemonade, JUMP Bike, Briefcam and Argus.

At TechCrunch, we cover a lot of startup financings, but we rarely get the opportunity to cover exits.

Any inclusion of a top young talent or a meaningful draft asset should be avoided at all costs because the ceiling of a Westbrook-led team is a swift first-round exit.

Depending on how porous the material is, some molecules will go through, but the rest will be redirected and escape out the nearest, easiest exit—often the space at the top, between your mask and your cheeks.

That could be good news for Electricite de France SA and its Sizewell C plant – the only project still in the development pipeline after Hitachi Ltd exited a development in Wales.

Mo3, born Melvin Noble, was sitting in his car on 1-35 when an unknown gunman exited his car and began firing at him.

Overall, the network exit poll conducted by Edison Research suggests that despite a massive surge in turnout, many demographic and political groups voted in ways similar to 2016.

A man accosted a woman exiting her vehicle in a parking lot.

The Patriots are trying to avoid a fifth straight loss and a 2-6 record in the season after Tom Brady’s free agent exit.

Allen’s ankle bent at a ghastly angle, and he exited the field on a cart.