Did you perchance mean sidestepping?
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“Just at a time when public confidence in the GOP is waning, Hutchison delivers another blow by side-stepping on a pledge she made ...”
“The European Commission, admirably side-stepping the whole issue of why hundreds of EU citizens are seeking asylum abroad, has rallied to the member state's cause.”
“Hmmm, maybe this explains Huntsman side-stepping the climate change issue last week at the Heritage Foundation.”
“While largely side-stepping the initial cause of the invasion, 5 Days lingers on the human toll of the Russian assault, and on the courageous war reporters who struggled to get the story of war crimes out to the world.”
“How these two teams slug it out, each second-guessing the other, laying traps and side-stepping them, sparring with oodles of cunning and connivance.”
“Or whether it was part of a wider, broader development in the moral universe of the contemporary novel, that looks outwards at the world, over and again, to find meaning and validation, whilst quietly side-stepping the internal configurations of the emotions as too complex, too hidden and too capricious to be meaningful?”
“Continuous demands have been made from the PML-N which are met with side-stepping from the Government considering the risk of a political fallout.”
“But that is no longer the case: Bankers are exploiting loopholes to fast-track emerging-market businesses into the index, side-stepping the scrutiny of an IPO.”
“His supporters had targeted the 3,500 delegates, and Mr. Perry himself had poked some other candidates for side-stepping the event.”
“The media's side-stepping the issue and pretending all's well reminds me of a scene from the movie Good Luck Chuck.”
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