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    1. Gen: 21:22: And it came to pass at that time, that

    2. Gen: 15:17: And it came to pass, that, when the sun went down, and it was dark, behold a smoking furnace, and a

    3. opportunity pass you by

    4. Henry wanted to pass out

    5. As they walked down the white, sterile hallway, the three started to pass rooms on either side with reinforced, plastic windows that allowed you to look in

    6. Their interest slowly dwindles, but the engagements continue so that they can pass time, meet people and feel wanted

    7. As the miles pass I struggle to think … my head in turmoil

    8. Herndon was taking a second pass thru it, but they'd already made sure they'd examined every piece of paper in that box, a second time

    9. After one such revolution, it came to pass that the young god Punka would watch over the star

    10. The house we live in and hope to pass our old age in peace and happiness must remain in our name, if necessary with our partner

    1. Unless otherwise stated in this book, this permission is not passed onto others

    2. They were in the middle of making a beer bottle tree when Raj passed

    3. I unholster the revolver that he passed down to me when I moved out on my own

    4. The next room they passed was completely empty

    5. The blades were very close to Nancy, she could feel the air whoosh by as they passed near her through the spinning arc of the attack pattern

    6. The advent of constant media influence and increased mobility make it so that the morals and values of family groups are not passed down as unchanged as they once were

    7. She bent low as Scar fired and the shot passed harmlessly over her head

    8. Evan first passed by the dance studio a few years back in the fog of one winter evening

    9. It's wonderful to see your genetic contributions passed on to another generation

    10. She passed her hands over his chin, natives either grew full length beards or had their facial hair genetically removed, so this roughness was something she seldom sensed and after the fifty Earth years since he'd left, it moved her in unexpected ways

    1. In case of hoarseness, rest the throat without misuse till hoarseness passes

    2. Phil: 4:7: And the peace of God, which passes all

    3. Phlp: 4:7: And the peace of God, which passes all

    4. In testate: When an individual passes away without drawing up his will

    5. A beat passes as they walk

    6. John passes a weathered billboard, "To Our US

    7. He passes a small pond, where an old man, ENOCH, fishes

    8. A beat passes while John soaks in this revelation

    9. ’ He said seriously as he passes me

    10. He shakes his head, passes the bottle back to John

    1. He kept pining away for a blond girl he spent only one sleep with who was only passing thru Sinbara didn't he? The one he met just before Ava

    2. They are passing close enough to the planet to use its gravity, so they will have an excellent opportunity to witness a major impact on a terrestrial planet

    3. Something Stephen said over breakfast gave me the impression that he has been liaising with Paul pretty closely over the past few days and I have no doubt that Paul has been passing any information he has received to Emma

    4. Behind that is a small kitchen with a window into the bar for passing food

    5. "Me and Michael had been out for about 20 minutes and we were just passing the spot where the body was found

    6. I had been talking for so long and intently I lost all track of passing time

    7. "I didn't say I thought his plan was sound, I was just passing on a rumor," Ava said

    8. Her act caught the attention of a driver of a delivery van passing by, who pulled over to the curb beside her

    9. After only a few seconds of silent flight with the debris field passing below, Burn’s voice spoke in his ear

    10. The real profit from the excursion: As the coach was passing through the village of Kranidi, I recognized the narrow street and the old houses I had dreamt of on the 26th of July; a little later I saw a blue car with the number 2504

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    Synonyms for "pass"

    pass passing qualifying flip toss base on balls walk passing game passing play crack fling go offer whirl liberty chit laissez passer passport bye head straits mountain pass notch strait egest eliminate excrete come about fall out go on hap happen occur pass off take place buy the farm cash in one's chips choke conk croak decease die drop dead exit expire give-up the ghost kick the bucket pass away perish pop off snuff it blow over evanesce fade fleet communicate pass along pass on put across authorise authorize clear draw guide run lapse sink overhaul overtake go by go past pass by surpass travel by make pass elapse glide by go along slide by slip away slip by devolve fall return give hand reach turn over legislate make it exceed overstep top transcend extend lead spend permit licence admission furlough order ticket canyon crossing channel path defile way gorge advance lunge approach thrust proposition condition juncture situation stage proceed progress move disregard omit ignore neglect pass over skim skim over excel circulate transfer convey relinquish deliver send transmit

    "pass" definitions

    (baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls

    (military) a written leave of absence

    (American football) a play that involves one player throwing the ball to a teammate

    the location in a range of mountains of a geological formation that is lower than the surrounding peaks

    any authorization to pass or go somewhere

    a document indicating permission to do something without restrictions

    a flight or run by an aircraft over a target

    a bad or difficult situation or state of affairs

    a difficult juncture

    one complete cycle of operations (as by a computer)

    an automatic advance to the next round in a tournament without playing an opponent

    a permit to enter or leave a military installation

    a complimentary ticket

    a usually brief attempt

    (sports) the act of throwing the ball to another member of your team

    success in satisfying a test or requirement

    go across or through

    move past

    make laws, bills, etc. or bring into effect by legislation

    pass by

    place into the hands or custody of

    stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point

    travel past

    come to pass

    go unchallenged; be approved

    use up a period of time in a specific way

    pass over, across, or through

    transmit information

    disappear gradually

    go successfully through a test or a selection process

    be superior or better than some standard

    accept or judge as acceptable

    allow to go without comment or censure

    transfer to another; of rights or property

    pass into a specified state or condition

    throw (a ball) to another player

    be inherited by

    cause to pass

    grant authorization or clearance for

    pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life

    eliminate from the body

    of advancing the ball by throwing it