Leave [noun]

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The team then leaves on a West Coast trip with four games in six days.

To serve, divide among bowls and top with plenty of basil leaves.

If that didn’t convince Garnett’s peers, they all understood what might be ahead — for them and for professional basketball — after they left that hotel room.

The senior was poised to reestablish himself after a foot injury left him in a boot and forced him to miss six games last season.

Democratic leaders of the committee recently introduced a bill to substitute paid leave for unpaid leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act for federal employees needing time off for personal or family medical reasons.

With more advertising platforms moving toward changes and automation that gives advertisers less control, it’s especially interesting that Google Ads is enhancing an option where a user would potentially never leave the SERPs.

Technological advancements have produced a glut of lids with new safety features, but a mix of regulatory, scientific, and legal issues leave consumers with little information about what actually works.

Turned off by the hosts’ occasional nastiness and seeking young customers, many blue-chip companies have stopped advertising on talk-radio shows, leaving the stations with smaller sponsors who pay less, he said.

Monday’s game against the Buckeyes was the most significant challenge left on Maryland’s schedule.

Our analysis found that in at least 22 towns, the contracts guarantee senior retiring cops months of paid time off, known as “terminal leave,” as a parting benefit.