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He began by touching on his alleged neglect and avoidance of Claire.
No one has the least regard for the man; with them all, he has been an object of avoidance, suspicion, and aversion; but the spark of life within him is curiously separable from himself now, and they have a deep interest in it, probably because it IS life, and they are living and must die.
- and I never saw him approach her, but I felt that nature had given him the soul of a gentleman - she seemed to cling closer to her uncle, even to the avoidance of her chosen husband.
Rushworth could seldom get anybody to rehearse with him: his complaint came before her as well as the rest; and so decided to her eye was her cousin Maria's avoidance of him, and so needlessly often the rehearsal of the first scene between her and Mr.
His opinion of Louisa Musgrove's inferiority, an opinion which he had seemed solicitous to give, his wonder at Captain Benwick, his feelings as to a first, strong attachment; sentences begun which he could not finish, his half averted eyes and more than half expressive glance, all, all declared that he had a heart returning to her at least; that anger, resentment, avoidance, were no more; and that they were succeeded, not merely by friendship and regard, but by the tenderness of the past.
When he comes back, he has recovered his composure, except that he contends against an avoidance of the boy, which is so very remarkable that it absorbs the woman's attention.
Such a connection between the first and second sections is easily seen, but the links between these and the third and fourth are no less real: to make life go tolerably smoothly it is most important to be just and to know how to win a livelihood; but happiness also largely depends on prudence and care both in social and home life as well, and not least on avoidance of actions which offend supernatural powers and bring ill-luck.
He was standing, hat in hand, at the entrance to the conservatory, dressed in black, and wearing a white cravat, but with a studious avoidance of anything specially clerical in the make and form of his clothes.
In the upper gallery too, I wish that there may be, if the place will yield it, some fountains running in divers places from the wall, with some fine avoidances. And thus much for the model of the palace; save that you must have, before you come to the front, three courts.
Although personality is an important factor affecting user behavior (Ozguven & Mucan, 2013), little attention has been paid to this variable in existing SEA research, and to our knowledge no researchers have studied the effect of regulatory focus on SEA avoidance. Although user perception is also important (Cho & Cheon, 2004), previous researchers have mainly examined content perception.
In the use of intelligent manufacturing on the surface of ceramic billet grinding, it is necessary to require the manipulators to automatically plan the collision avoidance trajectory in a complex environment.
Cyprus and Jersey signed a treaty for the avoidance of double taxation on income based on the model convention for the avoidance of double taxation of the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development, the finance ministry said.
In a number of recent landmark decisions, the Supreme Court has used the canon of constitutional avoidance to essentially rewrite laws.
elegans can convey this learned avoidance behavior to their progeny.
THE UK with its "corporate tax haven network" is "by far the world's greatest enabler" of corporate tax avoidance, research has claimed.