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  1. exitingnoun

    The action of the verb to exit.

  2. exitingnoun


  3. exitingverb


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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of exiting in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of exiting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of exiting in a Sentence

  1. Croc Encounters:

    We had an emergency alligator call this morning for this 8 foot 9 in gator, the residents said they found the alligator early this morning and despite their efforts to get him to move he refused to leave. He was not too happy to be evicted from his comfortable, shady spot as he smashed everything in sight upon exiting.

  2. Samir Gadio:

    This will initially trigger excess volatility in the market as exiting offshore accounts and onshore investors may push yields higher, a potential exclusion from the GBI-EM indices would make it more difficult to attract foreign portfolio flows in the future as Nigeria will need to rebuild its market credentials.

  3. Yohan Samarakkody:

    The market is losing ground as foreigners are exiting daily.

  4. Rocky Lee:

    There will be a judgment call as to whether any Rocky Lee investor would want to be associated with such businesses, i believe you will see some' quiet' exiting by Rocky Lee funds and possibly LPs, at least those U.S. investors who feel strongly that owning companies engaging in these activities are either immoral or politically incorrect.

  5. Ian Chesterman:

    It’s’ certainly a giant challenge that they face but they are up for that challenge, they want that challenge, and they want to get over there and represent their country and continue the very proud tradition that this team has in Olympic games, it’s an exiting time for all of us involved with the Olympic team because it really is another key milestone that we pass, just have our first athletes heading off to Japan, ready in preparation for the games.

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    the act of carrying something
    • A. interrupt
    • B. embark
    • C. carry
    • D. signify

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