To get off

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The striker missed a great chance to get off the mark for the season late in last weekend's defeat by Inverness.
I just wanted him to get off so I can go upstairs and help the girl.
To get off the list, a traveler must submit notarized copies of birth certificates and other documents.
As it was approaching 8pm on his return journey he decided it would be better to get off at the last station before his destination because it was closer to his home.
When Andrew remonstrated, the thugs told him to get off the bus to sort it out.