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This was not helped by the fact that postal votes were not available in time for anyone going away on holiday for two weeks.
Washington, July 1 (ANI): Lindsay Lohan has laughed off rumours that she had been drinking at her friend's going away dinner party after she was seen stumbling as she was getting into her car.
We're only going away with them to keep our mum happy as she's coming with us, but it won't be much of a holiday with their kid.
MY HOLIDAY Though I'm old and grey I'm happy today For I'm going away on holiday 'Tis nowt I've done before 'Cos being poor I've paid my bills, can't ask for more My fire is warm My chair is cosy How I wish I could give my Mary a posy Of buttercups, forget-me-nots and daisies.
When they are going away moaning that means most of the time they have gone away with no points at all.
With thousands of people going away this summer, the Welsh Blood Service is reminding the public to give blood before they go away.
If the swelling is minimal and is slowly going away with no other symptoms, it is OK to dance, but go easy on the jumps and grand plies till all the swelling is gone.
A survey of 2,300 adults showed that, of those going away, one in seven was planning a holiday abroad over the festive period.
And not only is the problem not going away, it's getting worse.
Those that say reggaeton is going away are just jealous.
Well, Sheryl Swoopes is not going away, and (so far) neither is marriage equality in Massachusetts.
Chris myant, director of the Commission for Racial Equality Wales, said racist crime was not going away.