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1. Did the alarm clock go off ?
2. I like to go off on my own - to sit back and bliss out in a darkened move theater.
3. Don't go off at half cock and accept any offer you'll regret later.
4. The explosive device was timed to go off at the rush hour.
5. The bomb was timed to go off at 12 o'clock.
6. The smart kids get good grades and go off to college.
7. I started to go off the idea.
8. My alarm clock didn't go off this morning.
9. The flash didn't go off.
10. What time do you go off duty?
11. John decided to go off on his own.
12. The bomb could go off at any instant.
13. Did the flash go off?
14. Attention, please, don't go off at half cock.
15. He heard the alarm go off.
16. He fired but his pistol failed to go off.
17. How did the concert go off?
18. Many women go off coffee during pregnancy.
19. The alarm should go off automatically as soon as smoke is detected.
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20. I've set the alarm clock to go off at 7 am.
21. The best players go off to the big clubs, leaving us the dross.
22. Well you won't be able to go off gallivanting around like this when there's a baby to be taken care of.
23. The alarm did go off but all I did was yawn, turn over and go back to sleep.
24. Don't forget about your old friends when you go off to college, okay?
25. The street lights come on at dusk and go off at dawn.
26. Once we got home, there was barely time to enjoy our presents. We had to go off to our grandparents' house for our annual Christmas dinner. As we drove down the highway through town, I noticed that the family was still there, standing outside the closed gas station.
27. Police said an anonymous caller warned that a bomb was about to go off.
28. It's very tough on the wives when the husbands go off like that.
29. Fay felt a chill of fear as she watched Max go off with her daughter.
30. I've got rather a headache, but it will probably go off when I've had a rest.