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    good riddance

    Please support with some examples. thanks in advance.

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    Re: good riddance

    Quote Originally Posted by drdolittle
    Please support with some examples. thanks in advance.
    Regards
    drdolittle
    dictionary quote:

    "good riddance

    Also, good riddance to bad rubbish. A welcome loss or departure. This expression is often used as an exclamation. For example, The principal has finally retired, and most of the teachers are saying, “Good riddance!” or When Jean decided to give up her violin her relieved family quietly said, “Good riddance to bad rubbish.”. [Late 1700s]"


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    Re: good riddance

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    good riddance

    Also, 'good riddance to bad rubbish'. A welcome loss or departure. This expression is often used as an exclamation. For example, The principal has finally retired, and most of the teachers are saying, "Good riddance!" or When Jean decided to give up her violin her relieved family quietly said, "Good riddance to bad rubbish.". [Late 1700s]

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    Re: good riddance

    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Micawber
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    good riddance

    Also, 'good riddance to bad rubbish'. A welcome loss or departure. This expression is often used as an exclamation. For example, The principal has finally retired, and most of the teachers are saying, "Good riddance!" or When Jean decided to give up her violin her relieved family quietly said, "Good riddance to bad rubbish.". [Late 1700s]

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    Re: good riddance

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    And all that time I was trying to delete my duplication. The deleter doesn't seem to work, Marylin, sorry.

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    Re: good riddance

    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Micawber
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    And all that time I was trying to delete my duplication. The deleter doesn't seem to work, Marylin, sorry.
    Don't feel bad. Students learn by repetition, remember!?...

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