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

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Examples

  • For example, her label eschews gold, silver and platinum mined with cyanide and mercury, but the Fairtrade system does not.

    Vivien Johnston's innovation: ethical jewellery

  • Nor does the style stray: Stein eschews both portentousness and glibness in telling a “story of unimagined global connections,” one in which there is no distinction “between the fundamental and the frivolous, between things historically weighty and those light as a feather.”

    Cover to Cover

  • Nor does the style stray: Stein eschews both portentousness and glibness in telling a “story of unimagined global connections,” one in which there is no distinction “between the fundamental and the frivolous, between things historically weighty and those light as a feather.”

    Cover to Cover

  • DSG eschews diplomacy as a viable alternative in favor of a military response to international tensions with a reduction in the need for 'boots on the ground' while relying on an increase in a leaner, meaner new generation of remote-powered guilt-free drones, the weapon that Ron Paul suggests are unconstitutional, and more agile, flexible Special Op troops.

    Renee Parsons: U.S. Plans for Perpetual War

  • The device eschews the typical button-filled videogame controller for a series of cameras and other sensors that allows customers to play videogames by waiving their hands and moving their bodies.

    Consumer Electronics Association Says Devices Getting Simpler

  • 'The Orphanage' (2007) Produced by Mexican master of the grotesque Guillermo del Toro ("Pan's Labyrinth") and directed by first-time feature maker Juan Antonio Bayona, "The Orphanage" eschews the horror genre's ubiquitous splatter-film aesthetic for a strategy of nervous, incipient doom.

    'Insidious': Scary Eyeful of the Unknown

  • While this book cleverly eschews some of the pitfalls of the middle-book syndrome it is in other ways still deeply trapped by those same dangers: the most obvious one is how the story, which was sublimely set up in “The Mark of Ran”, develops but little.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • DSG eschews diplomacy as a viable alternative in favor of a military response to international tensions with a reduction in the need for 'boots on the ground' while relying on an increase in a leaner, meaner new generation of remote-powered guilt-free drones, the weapon that Ron Paul suggests are unconstitutional, and more agile, flexible Special Op troops.

    Renee Parsons: U.S. Plans for Perpetual War

  • While this book cleverly eschews some of the pitfalls of the middle-book syndrome it is in other ways still deeply trapped by those same dangers: the most obvious one is how the story, which was sublimely set up in “The Mark of Ran”, develops but little.

    Paul Kearney - This Forsaken Earth (Book Review)

  • "We can't go on like this," was Mr. Cameron's Elvis-esque exhortation, a stark departure from the legendary "Spirit of Davos," which eschews public disputes between heads of government.

    This Year, Davos Doesn't Deliver

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