exeunt

ex·e·unt

 (ĕk′sē-ənt, -o͝ont′)
Used as a stage direction to indicate that two or more performers leave the stage.

[Latin, third person pl. of exīre, to go out; see exit.]

exeunt

(ˈɛksɪˌʌnt)
(Theatre) they go out: used as a stage direction

ex•e•unt

(ˈɛk si ənt, -ˌʊnt)

v.i.
(they) go out (used as a stage direction): Exeunt soldiers and townspeople.
[1475–85; < Latin, 3rd pers. pl. present indic. of exīre to go out; see exit1]
Translations

exeunt

[ˈeksɪʌnt] VI (Theat) → salen, se van

exeunt

vi (Theat) → ab; exeunt Brutus and CassiusBrutus und Cassius ab

exeunt

[ˈɛksɪˌʌnt] vi (Theatre) → escono
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So punishment, criminal sentencing and execution exeunt the inclusion of the concept of prevention.
Ac primo quidem squalens pilus defluit, ac dehinc cutis crassa tenuatur, venter obesus residet, pedum plantae per ungulas in digitos exeunt, manus non iam pedes sunt, sed in erecta porriguntur officia, cervix procera cohibetur, os et caput rutundatur, aures enormes repetunt pristinam parvitatem, dentes saxei redeunt ad humanam minutiem, et, quae me potissimum cruciabat ante, cauda nusquam
If a collection implies by definition ineunts and exeunts, namely, a scheme of otherness, the collection of all the collections, not having by definition any exeunt, is unthinkable.
In an even more striking parallel, Atwood ends her retelling with a final exeunt in which Homer's hanged maids "sprout feathers, and fly away as owls" (196), while Lavinia similarly concludes with the narrator's transformation into an owl, Le Guin's multipurpose numinous animal of choice.
Equally important are the many uses of erit and its plural exeunt, along with related terms such as manet-manent and offers to go.
The same is true of 2005, with the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, the mass demonstrations of March 8 and 14, and the exeunt of the Syrian military from Lebanese soil.
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Among their topics are Hal and the psychology of disguise, exeunt omnes and The Tempest, some unacknowledged sources of Julie Taymor's Titus, and the puppets take Macbeth.
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Exeunt, as Will says, pursued by paparazzi, wondering just what the hell is being stretched and who the broad is?
Quaerentibus de non lotis discipulorum manibus ea dicit hominem quae de corde exeunt inquinare soecendum of un[eth]weanum [eth]ara [eth]eigna hondum [eth]a ilca cwoe[eth] done monno [eth]a of heorta gaes unclaensia.