their avoidance

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  • Their avoidance was so absolute that no records of them exist before 1872.
  • A person cannot avoid interacting, and even if they do, their avoidance may be read as a statement by others.
  • Their avoidance of each other arose, perhaps, from a sort of instinct which was certainly no matter of ill-will. Cited from Peter Ruff and the Double Four, by Oppenheim
  • Some were clever in their avoidance of these problems.
  • Another theory suggests their avoidance of dogma or clergy gave them a greater flexibility in response to science.
  • Often they can be recognized by their avoidance of others, and their brightly henna ed beards.
  • Thus "ceiling effects are a complex of matters and their avoidance a matter of careful evaluation of a range of issues."
  • These, then, are so many causes which may occasion worms in the child, and of course the best and most effectual method to prevent their production is their avoidance. Cited from The Maternal Management of Children, in Health and Disease, by Bull
  • Their avoidance of light is probably the result of conscious determination, and not reflex, as some observers maintain. Cited from The Dawn of Reason, by James Weir
  • The short persistence partly accounts for their avoidance of failure. Cited from The High School Failures, by Francis P. Obrien
  • This suggests that their avoidance does not stem from environmental differences, but rather by competitive coexistence.
  • This appears to result from their rules stressing moderate drinking, their praise of temperance, and their avoidance of excess in general.
  • These were favoured for their simplicity and reliability, in particular their avoidance of commutators.
  • The Old Order Amish are known for their avoidance of certain modern technologies, and maintain a lifestyle without electronic devices and or other conveniences.
  • Their avoidance of more straightforward racial categories and quotas only masked their fundamental bias against immigrants from Southern and Eastern Europe.
  • Never was a more important maxim delivered by the Saviour for the guidance of his disciples, than that which respected their avoidance of the first step in transgression. Cited from Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II,by F. A. Cox
  • To ensure proper understanding and use of information the employer is responsible for education of his or her workers on risks and hazards at work and on their avoidance, prevention and protection, as well as on safe working practices.
  • This organization, now known as the Community of Christ, occasionally cited their avoidance of rebaptism as proof that theirs was the true continuation of the original Latter Day Saint church.
  • The Buccaneers were able to hold the Bears to only 69 yards rushing, although Bears players later attributed their avoidance of the ground game to the ease with which they were able to pass.
  • As a result of their avoidance of direct rays from the sun they have a washed-out, almost sickly pale appearance, contrasting strangely with the warm tone of light brown which at times may be observed among the Dayaks. Cited from Through Central Borneo, by Carl Lumholtz
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