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avoid and stay away from deliberately

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All of these shows eschewed the realism of Dragnet for a fast-paced fantasy world of crime stopping.
For a kid that couldn't read, write or spell, they were very ambitious for me," explains Hunt, who eschewed the special ed classes throughout high school, choosing to fail often rather than face the stigma.
In keeping with that younger theme, Lohan eschewed a male escort and instead brought little sister Ali to the festivities, along with mom Dina.
To remain faithful to the murals' true colors, Behl used long film exposures and eschewed flash photography.
In distilling Asger Jorn's prolific output from the '30s until his death in 1973, this selection eschewed the chronological format of most retrospectives.
Obviously inspired by traditional Irish dance, Welch eschewed the half-time drill quality of Riverdance-styled works to create a piece stately in its execution but passionately seductive in appeal.
Feisty and independent as a candidate's wife, she eschewed cookie-baking and Tammy Wynette.
My impression was that in the '50s the term 'contemporary' was used as an obvious way of describing an architectural approach that eschewed historic styles.
Although it continues to lag major competitors in this regard, the company has been successful in growing assets under management organically; having to date eschewed large acquisitions in this sector.
To create the world of Howard Hughes in 1920s, '30s and '40s Los Angeles, Martin Scorsese often had to rely on filmmaking tools that, unlike contemporaries such as Steven Spielberg, he has eschewed in the past: computer generated images and extensive model work.
Overall, those who frequently ate fish were only half as likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer--and only one-third as likely to die of it--as were men who habitually eschewed fish.
With his early-'90s flag series the artist began to move into a more symbolic mode, as he eschewed the found object and began to develop large, fabricated installation pieces with metaphorical references.
Blondell Cummings's 100% Cotton Natural Fiber tapped a poetic strain in Philadanco's dancing that eschewed technical wizardry for the power of hauntingly beautiful and meaningful motion.
So while Hahn carries on like the town crank, crying to anyone who will listen about a ``disaster of biblical proportions,'' Villaraigosa has eschewed scare tactics and advocated a constructive dialogue on making L.
However, the incidence of severe plaque among women drinking four or more cups of tea daily was only one-quarter as high as in women who eschewed the brew.