departed from

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  • He remained in the same condition till his soul departed from his body.
  • In other words, rules must be learned before they can be departed from.
  • But if you try to know it, you have already departed from it.
  • He had departed from the hotel without returning the room key and left the television running.
  • It seemed as though the only light she knew were departing from her day. Cited from Marzio's Crucifix and Zoroaster, by F. Marion Crawford
  • Her mission was completed and she must have understood that fact when she departed from this world.
  • He specifically stated that all members were still current and no one has departed from the group.
  • It was released two years after she departed from the label.
  • She departed from the show without plot explanation after the first season ended.
  • His design won but was somewhat departed from during actual construction.
  • The poet tells himself he should now depart from life, which has nothing left to offer.
  • She departed from the show after becoming pregnant with her second child.
  • There are many that depart from this station, to different places of state and country.
  • However he gradually gained assurance and departed from his master towards a more personal style.
  • He is the only original member of the band left, although he departed from the band on two occasions.
  • This letter is not to depart from the style of all the rest. Cited from Life of Adam Smith, by John Rae
  • On what lines will my treatment of the subject depart from the beaten path? Cited from Moral Principles and Medical Practice, by Charles Coppens
  • Only once did she depart from her resolution of not singing again in opera. Cited from Great Singers, Second Series, by George T. Ferris
  • Upon its conclusion, all cast members departed from the series and were replaced by a group of current students.
  • If we are not to depart from established principles, how are we to advance at all? Cited from The Germ, by Various
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