away from

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  • A small boat full of men is moving away from the ship.
  • He was taken away from his mother as a child.
  • But he could not be kept away from the sea.
  • The album shows the band moving away from covers to original material.
  • He had called every two hours, but was told the Minister was away from the city.
  • The new development must be away from the cities.
  • They've taken her away from me and I'll never see her again.
  • The crew quickly found a remote cabin located several miles away from any other buildings.
  • It allowed directors to get away from reality and show their artistic sense.
  • Prisoners who did escape without getting shot were often found dead kilometres away from the camp.
  • The King, meanwhile, spent much of the summer away from the city, hunting.
  • He saw that these visits kept him away from his worship.
  • She is turned away from numerous places but finally finds a place in the forest and gives birth to a son.
  • When defending a pass or shot players must be at least away from the player with the ball.
  • Others have entered academic and political fields that take them away from the reservations.
  • Some players can even dance facing away from the screen.
  • She was not permitted to see her mother, who had been sent to live away from court by Henry.
  • Wind breaks reduce the amount of heat carried away from a building.
  • With such action, the situation became highly critical and civil control over the province slipped away from the government.
  • In several places, the rivers have changed courses away from the original borders.
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