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“I just shut up and tried to stay out of it, but they had this huge screaming match, Mrs. Pierce threatening to go to my mom and see that Lori and me were split up.”
“Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, the Chief of Naval Operations during the Vietnam War, denounced the allegation as “such an absolutely outrageous misinterpretation of the facts” that, despite his intention to stay out of partisan politics, “I felt it was important to be here.””
“HANOI, Vietnam—Hundreds of demonstrators gathered Sunday in Vietnam's capital in a rare protest demanding that China stay out of their waters following a spat involving a Vietnamese oil-drilling research boat in the South China Sea.”
“My grandmother and Mrs. Rose would watch the Eichmann trial on television, and while they watched, I was told to stay out of the living room.”
“Undershirts tend to be shorter and stay out of the way.”
“Appreciatively, Sisko noted that Jake was sitting at the back of the bridge by the situation table, trying to stay out of the way.”
“Menstruating women should stay out of bear country, since this attracts the locals, according to a bear book we studied based on a Forest Service report.”
“Her attempts to persuade Julie Jack to stay out of the impending confrontation had resembled water dripping on a stone; carrying on for a thousand years might have had an effect, but in the short term, there was no visible change.”
“Yipsoon Praboon, the dynamic entrepreneur who created the Thai partner firm, was asked to stay out of the management of TPF.”
“The warning to stay out of politics was clear enough, but it was not rigorously policed until two of the original oligarchs, Berezovsky and Vladimir Gusinsky, used their television stations to broadcast blunt criticism of the Kremlin.”
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