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“It has become the lazy orthodoxy that Brown is the problem - lazy because it allows backbench MPs toavoid taking repsonsibility for the future of their party.”
“Interpretation only comes into play where a law is vague, ambiguous or leads to a conclusion the Court wants toavoid.”
“He clearly is again attempting toavoid seeing or hearing any protests against himby We, the People, but the rest of theworld is watching and I urge you to speak out and take action.”
“Sooner or later, that weapon is going to get used and thus our attempt to avoid catastrophe could end up creating the very thing we were trying toavoid.”
“I think avoiding a precedent of the President of the United States capitulating to the demands of private individuals is worth that type of effort and spending toavoid.”
“But if they slip up and fall outside the protection of those regimes, justice should indeed pursue them, and in the process scare others into realizing that justice is not easy toavoid.”
“Given Polanskis admitted numerous relationships with underage girls it would be hard for him toavoid.”
“Just make sure any transfer is done company-to-company toavoid having early distribution taxes taken out of the account.”
“No, they are already dead, without having been allowed to live long enough toavoid it.”
“Reply: Stephen, when you call someone "ignorant," it's smarter toavoid makingmultiple foolishblunders in your own attack.”
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