You two would walk away
together and I would walk away
The organisers of Big Brother Nigeria have announced that the winner of the upcoming fourth season will walk away
with 60 million Naira worth of prizes
Ben Collins, who was Top Gear's The Stig for eight years, had to walk away
when the DBS was ripped into with a sledgehammer and rocks.
A driver and passengers all managed to walk away
from a collision after their vehicle overturned.
But McCall said it would be hard to walk away
from Saracens after his side's epic 37-34 win against Exeter in Saturday's Gallagher Premiership final at Twickenham.
If this turns out to be his final season in charge of Peterhead, then Jim McInally can walk away
with memories and friends for life.
Semenya tweeted: "Knowing when to walk away
As defined by the 'Urban Dictionary,' 'F_ _k you money' is 'the exact amount of money required in order to tell an individual or organization to go f_ _k themselves without facing repercussions.' In more polite company, I would call it walk-away money, which will allow you to walk away
from any job, business, investment, transaction, relationship, anyone or anything without any terminal consequences for your actions.
The Aide de Camp and another aide then decided to walk away
from the area after a brief push and pull with security officers.
A stunning video out of India showed a large mammal get run over by a train and seemingly walk away
"I think this is the right time to walk away
from it," said the 32-year-old, who departs the sport with a 12-2 record.
Stoss points out that Synaptics guided FY19 revenues to grow low-single-digits which was below estimates, due to the decision to walk away
from the expected low margin optical fingerprint business and a shortage in capacity for TDDI materials, but notes that this will actually bode well for the company's mix over time as they are walking away from lower margin business, and should meaningfully grow EPS in 2019 despite slower revenue growth.