five and fly
 n.— «People seemed to agree with the outspoken professor, whose campaign slogan, Five and Fly, became a state catch phrase (“You come here for five years, rip us off and fly away”).» —“An Ounce of Bronze in an Ocean of Snow” by Arun Venugopal (India) Apr. 3, 2001. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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