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the riddance of all the fleas from the house was a relief to everyone concerned
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Hair transformations — by cut or color — can help say good riddance to a particularly tough chapter and oftentimes herald in something better.
That person will not be missed, so honestly, good riddance to her and every other filtered version of herself.
DEPT OF GOOD RIDDANCEMurderous cult leader Charles Manson is seriously ill and has been moved from a California prison to a hospital in Bakersfield, according to the L.A. Times’s Richard Winton and Hailey Branson-Potts.
On the other side were those who were happy to see the statues go, holding African Liberation flags and signs saying good riddance to white supremacy.
Kyrie a top 5 TALENT (not player)....Boston won the trade clearly. -- RIP Zip'em Up (@PapiDaDon_) August 22, 2017 Good riddance, Kyrie.
The White House all but said good riddance to the two senators, pointing out that their voters had left them behind.
Plenty of conservatives are outraged by Flake, Corker and McCain's disloyalty, and would happily say good riddance to them all.
If your support for U of L was because of nothing more than 40 minutes on the basketball court 40 times a year, good riddance.
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