use parting in a sentence.
As long as any failure to engineer an amiable parting is blamed on the "jerk.
Anyone have a API key from Postrank they don't use and wouldn't mind parting with?
Lots of people like having a car, but some people also like not parting with their money.
I dont believe you can compare Facebook and Dreamhost, since users feel more entitled to demand features when they are parting with $.
In response to the parting question from the article, here's an idea: make cool things with Lisp.
In BC Canada this happened in about 2001 as a parting "gift" from of all parties, our departing left pro union and worker New Democrat Party.
I assumed it was just sort of an awkward parting of ways.
I hope the googlers who browse here will be able to sort out a special mail-log as a parting gift
Amazon and Target are parting ways in the next couple of months.
His Google+ post says they're "parting as the best of friends", so it doesn't sound like he's unhappy with Google.
I had the same experience, this time around I'm going to give it an extended try and hopefully it will be worth parting with some cash for.
Here's Adam Wiggin's Heroku values list as part of his parting Heroku -
Keep in mind that they're going to go back to the company, and if your characterization of your parting is different than that of the company, it will reflect negatively on you.
Probably where something like this occurs more is when people who have had experience working together continue working on parallel projects with similar executions even after parting ways.
The parting line confirms my suspicion that marketing and SEO types secretly worship/unconsciously patronize Googlers and their ilk.