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    Default The term "went missing"

    I've heard the term that somewone "went missing" on many newscasts in the past year. Is this "proper" English? Where did this term come from?
    Thank you.

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    Default Re: The term "went missing"

    It's perfectly 'proper' in my book. It's been in use all my life.

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    Default Re: The term "went missing"

    Just do not go missing!

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