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resign (from)

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leave

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Synonyms for quit

to relinquish one's engagement in or occupation with

to give up or leave without intending to return or claim again

to conduct oneself in a specified way

owing or being owed nothing

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Quit Victoria and PSA recently surveyed pharmacists and found that almost 90% felt they have succeeded in their efforts to influence a persons smoking, but their advice is often not sought by their customers.
People who quit may begin to taste flavors and experience aromas better than they did when they were still smoking.
Those smokers who do get counseling do not always hear about it from a nurse and often are referred to the Tobacco Quit Line, which can be effective, but is most frequently used by those who already are highly motivated.
The surgery was the real turning point for me and I quit smoking in December 2016 in preparation for it.
The site contains information on the expert help available locally and video case studies of people who have stopped smoking with support from Help Me Quit.
Speaking to Gulf News, UAE residents said the tax would pinch their pockets, but will not necessarily make them quit smoking instantly.
The findings suggest that minor punishment, whether monetary or physical, can help persuade smokers to finally quit.
Last Monday, the DOH launched the phone- and mobile-centered support services to help Filipino smokers quit tobacco.
There are more effective and lasting products, therapies, and support programs available to help people quit than ever before.
Stoptober has helped lots of smokers quit for 28 days and beyond.
3,4] As a state initiative, West Virginia started a smoking quit line in July 2000.
Jason Faberman and Alejandro Justiniano (Chicago Fed Letter, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, April 2015) argue that, because quits are procyclical--meaning they rise during economic expansions and fall during recessions--the worker quit rate, measured as a ratio of total quits to employment for a specific period, can be used to predict nominal wage growth and inflation pressures.
HIV-positive smokers whose provider used a decision tree to pick smoke-ending medications made more quit attempts and cut the daily number of cigarettes smoked more than smokers treated in the usual way in the same clinic.
It can be hard to motivate people to quit smoking if they think they benefit from it.
While surveys found seven in 10 North East smokers wish they could quit for the sake of their family, and 85% wish they had never started, one in five (22%) people in the region continue to smoke.