eschew


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avoid and stay away from deliberately

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Any enjoyment that bordered on riot seemed to approach me to her and her vices, and I eschewed it.
We must, therefore, eschew tendencies that can further divide us as a people.'
"We are concerned about the reports of violence, as I have said before....We all must eschew, avoid violence; and we all must condemn violence.
Synopsis: Space: An Eschew Collection gathers Robert Sergel's Eschew, a Best American Comics selection, and an Ignatz Award nominee for Outstanding Comic.
During an interview the general secretary Pakistan ex-servicemen Association (PESA) Brigadier (Retd) Syed Masood-ul-Hassan, has strongly stressed that Army should eschew any role in politics, while also lauding the commendable role of outgoing COAS, Kayani in this regard.
TM is an offshoot of Hinduism, though some of its supporters eschew its religious underpinning and argue the practice is actually science-related.
That doesn't mean that librarians who are content with their current methods should eschew using wikis or blogs, or that teachers should avoid podcasting, he emphasizes.
The Sugar Busters and South Beach diets also eschew soft drinks.
Now in its second edition, The Best In Tent Camping Virginia is a no-nonsense outdoors companion and "user friendly" guide for tent campers who prefer serene campsites and eschew RV's.
In the book's declarations, there are caveats for basic living and the references to the lying with another man was simply a call to eschew playing the role of a woman when engaging in sexual relations.
"With the emergence of political ideologies which eschew corporate responsibility for those who cannot earn an independent living," he asks, "will the successful campaign to close down the last vestiges of institutional care and treatment for people with mental disabilities turn out to be a hollow victory?" (203) Only the future will provide an answer to a question that is fraught with tragedy.
Third, we need to eschew an essentialist understanding of truth (rooted in the old metaphysics) and instead develop what he calls a "performative" notion of truth.
* Sell the plan as an attractive investment vehicle for the employee's future but eschew raising suspicions about the firm's motive with hype.
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.