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refrain from

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elude

keep away from

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In order to overcome this bias monotonicity obstacle, Hefetz, Krivelevich, Stojakovic and Szabo proposed in [6] a bias monotone version for Avoider-Enforcer games: they suggested that Avoider and Enforcer will claim at least a and b board elements per move, respectively.
For [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] the maximal degree in G is at most k - 2, and Avoider wins the (1 : b) game (both strict and monotone).
Doing so, however, is disabling and unproductive for your Avoider.
Risk avoiders are said to be more difficult to manage, but their resistance may be beneficial.
EYES DOWN: One licence avoider said they were too busy playing bingo to pay up
TAX avoider Apple's PS11billion fine must be only the start of the fightback against giant corporations evading their public dues in the UK and Europe.
The Entrepreneurial, Play Safer and Risk Avoider categories are derived from mathematical games theory as a way of defining decision making.
com) (TM) Avoider, Loyalist and Ready User are trade names of the PATH Organization, who nationally validated, proprietary healthcare model has been used to segment and profile over 400,000 adults spanning consumer demographics and disease conditions.
As Adam Smith reminds us, the tax avoider is "in every respect an excellent citizen had not the laws made a crime of what nature never meant to be.
THE creation of Sir Lizard of Oz would be a public service by David Cameron - because knighting Aussie election dingo and UK tax avoider Lynton Crosby would expose the stinking corruption of an honours system tainted by snobbery and villainy.
I'm not really seeking a job though, I'm more of a job avoider.
But why is it that we see that this is a time to reward the political failures, tax avoiders, yes, men and woman and bogus charity-doers with gongs and, let's be honest, there are a couple of names in there that should be ashamed of themselves for the poverty that they have been complicit in heaping on thousands of people.
There is one thing screamingly obvious about tax avoiders and Brexiteers, apart from having no shame, and no morals, they also have no love for the country which sustains them, despite their wrapping themselves in the Union Flag.
We hear a lot about how we need to get tough on the tax avoiders.
Currently tax avoiders face significant financial costs when HMRC defeats them in court.