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Example sentences for leaving

Tie securely, leaving some space to allow the pudding to swell, and plunge into a kettle of boiling water.
Leaving me to the half-shadowed intimacies of housewifery.
Skin and bone a haddock, leaving meat in two fillets.
Remove fillets from three chickens, leaving wing joint and a piece of bone attached to each fillet.
Try out fat salt pork, remove scraps, leaving enough fat in pan to moisten fish and potatoes.
Try out fat salt pork, remove scrap, leaving enough fat in pan to moisten fish and potatoes.
The details for leaving are also the same as for dinners.
Cook in boiling salted water fifteen minutes or until soft, leaving tips out of water first ten minutes.
But a lot of capital is leaving the country in small sums and can only be attributed to individual transfers.
Forget to push the button before leaving for work, and you can do so remotely by phone.
No one on my committee would have had a problem with my leaving academia upon graduation.
The market in my area has collapsed, leaving me depressed and anxious about the future.
As adults, they riddle plant leaves with small holes, leaving the foliage dry and desiccated.
The fruit rises to the top, leaving a soft layer whose texture falls somewhere between custard and cake.
Working from the base up, pack the adobe-cement mixture firmly over and through the layers of mesh, leaving no air pockets.
Old leaves shed cleanly, leaving smooth green trunks.
Harvest leaves from the outside, leaving the center leaves to increase the clump.
We stayed for hours, finally leaving when the gardens closed.
Jim says bees die in cold climates regardless, leaving their eggs to overwinter.
Cut and stack each fish fillet as needed to fit at the base of a leaf, leaving enough leaf open to enclose the fish.
Then he plants potatoes in every cutout so the greenery can grow outside, but leaving the root inside.
Natural disasters occur yearly on all continents, leaving hundreds of thousands dead and turning millions into refugees.
The results of a new study suggest that rising temperatures are leaving a mark on the world.
Each year throngs of scientists circulate through the world's coral reefs, leaving reams of data in their wake.
When confronted by predators, elk are likely to flee in a herd, leaving the unwary or weak behind as prime targets.
Catfish moving violently, chickens that stop laying eggs and bees leaving their hive in a panic have been reported.
Bats also come and go, leaving behind guano, and their dead.
Have each student create a two-column chart with five rows, leaving plenty of room in each row for notes.
Explore the farthest corners of the globe-without ever leaving your desk.
Remove unnecessary packaging before leaving home and store items in reusable containers.
Over time these wooden posts decayed, leaving deep indentations in a circular pattern.
Floor length curtains will also slow the flow of either hot or cold air from entering or leaving the room.
Despite leaving school after the third grade, he became an accomplished writer.
We must remember to slip them into our pockets and purses before leaving the house.
The thinner redstarts leaving later must head farther north to find enough food.
Humans will remember this moment not only for arriving at the moon, but also for leaving this planet.
Most ancient peat forests die gradually, leaving only spotty evidence of what grew there.
Many locals fled from the guerrilla fighters, abandoning farms and leaving the area with little farming expertise.
The tracks are pale brown trails where green trees and plants have been uprooted, leaving disturbed ground.
In the background, a tiny, blurry figure appears to be leaving the scene.
When light pierces the compacted ice, red wavelengths are absorbed, leaving a ghostly blue glow.
As the ants develop, the nematodes grow and reproduce inside the ant's body, leaving eggs in the gaster.
Little dinosaurs scattered everywhere, leaving behind evidence of a dinosaur stampede.
It often infects a household after the holidays have come and gone, leaving a wake of wrapping paper, pine needles and chores.
Everybody worried that jobs were leaving and not coming back, so their kids would leave, too.
We don't know, for example, who is leaving the welfare rolls.
He thus risks leaving false impressions about the style and significance of the recordings.
The end of marriage is always painful because it gets down to the lesser of two evils, that of staying and that of leaving.
The outside noise and the antinoise signals cancel each other out, leaving silence.
Or, you could instruct the device to record all new episodes of a show, without leaving the program you are currently watching.
But joints can falter with disease and old age, leaving millions searching for ways to keep them healthy.
The painkillers that help headaches and broken bones do little for chronic pain, leaving a huge need for new treatments.
They're also made so that people can interact with them without leaving the application they're currently using.
Thick bands of scar tissue can form in the wound, leaving the muscle severely and permanently impaired.
In stroke and spinal-cord injuries, neural circuits may be damaged, leaving patients with profound problems in movement or speech.
Three new studies suggest ways to home in on cancer cells during treatment, leaving surrounding healthy tissue unharmed.
As for maggots, they only used to clean gangrenous tissue in wounds by eating away rotting flesh, but leaving healthy flesh alone.
Sometimes three or four blobs nestle together in a ring, often leaving an empty, water-filled space at the center.
Midway across, her cable clamp malfunctions, leaving her stuck high above a waterway running through a quiet village.
When the gun is fired, the pin slams into the casing of a bullet, leaving a tiny stamp.
It emerged, in the question-and-answer session, that the inspired and inspiring principal was leaving.
Emotion had dried up in her a long time ago, leaving a harsh residuum.
She doesn't know whether to laugh or to cry at the thought of leaving home forever.
The mouse crashes through the door, leaving a mouse-shaped hole.
Time pares the flesh and nerve from an artist's reputation, leaving only the barest of bones.
What they needed to do was switch things around in her head so that the challenge became not taking the wallet but leaving it.
After the elections, the number of people illegally leaving the country sharply increased.
It collapses, leaving the field to other surviving species.
They seem to come from nowhere and to disappear without warning, leaving confusion in their wake.
Workers are packing up the dozens of tents that line the beach, giving off the aura of a circus leaving town.
But no crisis, especially one of this severity, recedes without leaving a legacy.
His departure inspired more resignations and realignment plans, leaving the world's largest record company nearly paralyzed.
After their liaison was revealed, he denied everything, leaving her to be portrayed as a tramp and a liar.
Thread okra crosswise onto pairs of parallel skewers, leaving small spaces between pieces.
The crows are leaving the woods and have not much more to say for this year.
Line loaf with plastic wrap, leaving an overhang at each end.
Transfer ice cream to lined bowl and spread evenly over bottom and up sides, leaving a crater in center.
Gather sides of parchment up over fish to form a pouch, leaving no openings, and tie tightly with kitchen string.
Fashion a horn of kitchen paper, leaving an opening about the size of a large wooden match.
Skim froth and slowly pour butter into a measuring cup, leaving milky solids in bottom of pan.
Remove rosemary leaves from sprigs, leaving a small bunch at top of sprig.
Thread tuna onto skewers, leaving a small space between each piece.
But, a great breakfast can make leaving even the warmest bed worth it.
Arrange rind slices on their sides on foil-lined baking sheets, leaving space between them to add sorbet later, and cover tightly.
Otherwise the sauce will have stolen all the flavor, leaving the truffle itself bland and lifeless.
Thread fish onto skewers, leaving a small space between pieces.

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