(1) Guys are saying adios to the ‘thinning ‘look and going straight to the totally shaved (a hot look) or the horseshoe fringe look.’(2) But if that happened two years or three years in a row, you'd have to say adios , and we will.(3) The experience cemented their relationship, but the way it played out - Make this happen, or adios - showed how calculating Lance had become.(4) Sounds impressive, until you realize that it simply means the worker's job is contingent on the daily mood of the big boss, who can dump them without reason or recourse: adios chump.(5) For this must be a very sombre day in the nascent history of Robot Fist; we say farewell, adios and au revoir to Mr Alistair Kennedy, founding father and patriarch of this most hallowed of organs.(6) Thanks for your loyalty and hard work - adios chumps.(7) Anyhow, again, I guess you see that I do not have much more to chat about, so I'll say adios and look out for some greetings tomorrow.(8) ‘I started to wonder what's going to happen to them when I kiss the world adios ,’ he says.(9) So, au revoir, adios , Jhuyt, whatever, because I am outta here!(10) Tell Gramps, to stay with his kind of reasoning, that because you're not married, the next step can't be divorce… merely adios .(11) Long story short, kids love me, she said she did, but never really gave me the attention, and recently told me adios .(12) ‘You guys know where I'm going, adios ,’ Kevin sped off after Sigrid like Speedy Gonzalez.(13) Well, among other things, their pension went adios, their sick days went adios , and they stopped accruing vacation time on a weekly basis.(14) The evening also gave me the opportunity to say adios and vaya con dios to popular diplomat and good friend, Ecuadorean Ambassador Juan Salazar Sancisi.(15) Till further news (which is good I hope…) adios and take care…(16) We're mad as hell about it, without apology, and if Europeans don't understand that, well, adios , Haas.