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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of abjure.

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Examples

  • Corin specifically abjures the impulse to "find the form to 'suit' your content, your material."

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  • Corin specifically abjures the impulse to "find the form to 'suit' your content, your material."

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  • Although it stresses the importance of setting up incentives properly, it abjures discretionary interference with the plans and actions of market participants.

    Cut the Deficits

  • Corin specifically abjures the impulse to "find the form to 'suit' your content, your material."

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  • Although he abjures aid from photographs, his bent parallel lines and looming perspectives are akin to peering through a wide-angle lens of his own multifocus design.

    Landscape's Grittier Aspects

  • I think we must expect a generation of suicide bombing unless/until the would be bombers become tired of the idea of martyrdom and/or Islam itself matures to the point where it abjures this kind of violence. john

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • The vision of downtown regeneration as the appropriate legacy of an unspeakable tragedy was lost, but the faulty process has resulted, largely by subtraction of every socially desirable feature, in the one thing New York's development philosophy absolutely abjures — an enormous, open, parklike public space on exorbitantly expensive land.

    Rules of Engagement

  • "We are willing to talk to every person or group which abjures violence."

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  • The vision of downtown regeneration as the appropriate legacy of an unspeakable tragedy was lost, but the faulty process has resulted, largely by subtraction of every socially desirable feature, in the one thing New York's development philosophy absolutely abjures — an enormous, open, parklike public space on exorbitantly expensive land.

    Rules of Engagement

  • The vision of downtown regeneration as the appropriate legacy of an unspeakable tragedy was lost, but the faulty process has resulted, largely by subtraction of every socially desirable feature, in the one thing New York's development philosophy absolutely abjures — an enormous, open, parklike public space on exorbitantly expensive land.

    Rules of Engagement

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