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a separation of two or more people

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The former at once made his adieux and took a short cut to the stables.
With these hasty adieux, Nicholas mounted nimbly to his seat, and waved his hand as gallantly as if his heart went with it.
Hargrave, for I'm going to leave it myself,' said I, and immediately made my adieux.
I come to make my adieux," he whispered, with a glance towards the door.
I suppose I must," said Miss Sharp calmly, and much to the wonder of Miss Jemima; and the latter having knocked at the door, and receiving permission to come in, Miss Sharp advanced in a very unconcerned manner, and said in French, and with a perfect accent, "Mademoiselle, je viens vous faire mes adieux.
Brott remarked, turning to make his adieux to his hostess.
Noon approached, and after many adieux and promises to return, he tore himself away.
Avec 151 matchs de la plus prestigieuse des competitions de club au compteur, il depasse ainsi son compatriote du Real Madrid, Iker Casillas et fait ses adieux au monde du football comme il l'a egaye pendant tant d'annee : avec de la magie et des records au bout des pieds.
L'ingenieur Ibrahim Mahmoud Hamid, ministre de l'Interieur a prononce un discours a la ceremonie des adieux pour le convoi au siege de la police communautiare et a confirme la continuation de la marche du Soudan a la destination souhaitee, en depit de la taille de complot et de ciblage, soulignant la determination de liberer chaque pouce du territoire de la main des ennemis .
La partie en face de la Primature et de la rue Majlis Al-Chb a fait finalement ses adieux aux barbeles qui s'etendaient tout le long de la rue, rappelant des scenes deplorables encore loin d'etre effacees de la memoire.
Meanwhile, Albanian musician Adami will perform Mozart's Turkish March, Beethoven's Les Adieux Sonata, a nocturne by Field and a sonata by Clementi.
Lifelong colleague and friend Maurice Bejart sent his adieux with the lighthearted and didactic La Barre, a celebration of hard work and discipline.
Most substantial offering here is the wonderful, if elusive Les Adieux Sonata, the still sounds of its opening evocatively rendered by McCawley, who progresses to give us new, leaping insights into the work, expressed via impressive clarity of thought and texture.
La cour des Adieux is Tiphaine Samoyault's first novel (following a critical work, Exces du roman, and preceding the soon-to-appear Meteorologie du reve).
320) by exposing Sartre's physical degradation in stark and crude details in La Ceremonie des adieux.