eschew


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avoid and stay away from deliberately

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He sketched the outline for a campaign that would eschew tradition--taking no special-interest money, and spending only $5,000 nationally--relying instead on his own name recognition and grassroots activism of ordinary citizens.
Robert Jay Lifton, distinguished professor of psychiatry and psychology at John Jay College and the City University of New York, and Eric Markusen, a sociologist teaching at Carthage College in Wisconsin, believe that, paradoxically, those who participate in the actual or potential killing of so many people can still love their wives and kids, sleep peacefully, and eschew any moral doubts.
ISLAMABAD -- Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has directed all Provinces to ensure that candidates participating in Local Bodies polls should eschew party symbols during elections.
Meanwhile, deciding to eschew removal of faults in 70% of City areas, KESC has been known to have warned its technical staff to avoid repairs due to those areas being dangerous.
Higher ed institutions that use it will, in essence, eschew the licensing fees for commercial financial management systems.
Advocating that they eschew demoralizing attitudes, the Pope urged them to show an "ever-more determined commitment in favour of the priesthood.
MCCARTAN was chosen for their ability to deliver modern, cutting-edge interiors that aspire to be new classics and eschew trendy fashionable design statements," noted Kimberly Cafaro, general manager of the Biltmore.
Maine, Massachusetts, Arizona and Vermont have all passed strict "clean elections" laws under which candidates who eschew large and corporate campaign contributions get money from state taxpayers instead.
1) While new social histories showed how classes and communities came into being as the result of large-scale sociological processes and came to consciousness of their ability to affect these processes, "birth" studies generally eschew such narratives in favor of the complicated creation and negotiation of identities and conceptual delineations as exercises of power by both social authorities and those whom they seek to classify.
Professor El Fadl, who has long been an outspoken critic of the Saudi-sponsored Wahhabi sect of Islam, has been a target of Islamic extremists who eschew him and his beliefs.
Addressing a public gathering in Peshawar, he stressed on incumbents to eschew the policies of former President Musharraf.
To head off such reactions, the NTP's new Report on Carcinogens points out that many of the listed carcinogens, including some drugs, offer society substantial benefits and urges people not to eschew such agents without consulting a doctor or other expert.
In this preserve live those who eschew technology, choosing to live simpler lives.
You now eschew all animal products such as meat, poultry, fish, dairy, eggs and honey; that knocks even the angel food cake, which is 99 percent egg whites, right off your list.