shirk


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dodge

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skive

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to avoid the fulfillment of

to pass time without working or in avoiding work

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avoid (one's assigned duties)

avoid dealing with

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On the other, they assert that at such wages "they cannot make a credible promise not to shirk.
Survivors include his wife; five daughters, Barbara Shirk of Eugene, Cindy Shirk, Kim Shirk and Judi Shirk, all of Portland, and Jo Ann Shirk of Albuquerque, N.
Shirk said servicemembers are coming home in large numbers, and the transition back to civilian life will be difficult for some of them and could lead to legal troubles.
The defense may wish to argue that the Soldier's intent was not to shirk important service, but to nurse the sick and do community service.
Shirk reiterates the connection with internal politics.
Some of the attorneys and administrators Shirk fired worked on the high-profile case of Brendan Butler, a 16-year-old wrongly accused of robbing and murdering an elderly tourist in 2000.
Shirk, who caught all 40 innings at the World Series for Antelope Valley (12-2), went 3for 4 with three RBIs, driving in Antelope Valley College's Shannon Bailey with a bases-loaded infield single in the third.
Overall, Shirk makes a compelling case about this peculiar dilemma that Beijing confronts.
All the little responsibilities and commitments we keep or shirk have immense consequences, positive or negative.
Calhoun, who died in January at age 82, didn't shirk from attracting attention to herself-if it would further a cause.
But he is coming after auditors who shirk their duties or engage in anything illicit.
UGS, a leading global provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) software and services, today announced Dave Shirk has joined the company as executive vice president, Global Marketing, effective January 14.
This examination assists in specifying "the conditions under which we would expect civilians to monitor the military intrusively or nonintrusively and the conditions under which we would expect the military to work or shirk.
While most members of conventional society know little about what life is like for foster children, journalist Martha Shirk and longtime children's advocate Gary Stangler are trying to make sure that that the world knows the economic and social barriers young people face stemming from the disruption of foster care.