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the act of leaving

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She kept looking back as if she were going to cry every minute, and that spoiled a fellow's fun.
They dared not, of course, go fishing on the pond, where they would be seen by people going to church.
"Miss Mason is going to be my wife, and while I don't mind your talking to her all you want, you've got to use a different tone of voice or you'll be heading for a hospital, which will sure be an unexpected sort of smash.
You can talk will or won't all you want, but you're sure going to marry me just the same.
"I am not going to be," and he frowned again with determination.
At one o'clock, the landlady would come in to ask if we weren't going out, as it seemed such a lovely day.
"She's going to school and she'll have to study hard," I said.
"I know who I'm going to fall in love with," he said sharply.
You're not going to play all the time nor most of it.
You know, my dear, she is going to be to this new lady what Miss Taylor was to us.
On Monday he's going home till he takes up his appointment at the North London."
This Beecher isn't going to get that idol if I can stop him!"
I'm going in a ship, next Wednesday, for Ryo Janeero, where my uncle lives."
I reckon it ain't going to suffer none for lack of paint," I says, "when you start in to scollop the facts."
I can't believe that it is going to be; and yet I can't believe but that everyone I pass in the street, must have some kind of perception, that I am to be married the day after tomorrow.