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1. He was careful to keep out of sight.
2. Tell the children to keep out of mischief!
3. I prefer to keep out of arguments about money.
4. He was trying to keep out of the bird's line of sight.
5. Keep out of sight .
6. Keep out of my sight.
7. You'd better keep out of these things.
8. Keep out of the sun.
9. Do you try to keep out of trouble!
10. I try to keep out of mischief.
11. How did you manage to keep out of debt?
12. Do keep out of the rain if you haven't a coat.
13. I should keep out of his way. He's like a bear with a sore head this morning.
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14. Let's keep out of her way while she's in such a bad mood.
15. You keep out of this, Mother . It's no concern of yours.
16. People can keep out of the sun to avoid skin cancer.
17. We did our best to keep out of the sun.
18. George Bush went to great lengths to keep out of his way on the campaign trail.
19. Keep out of mischief.
20. As Errol remarked: I try to keep out of trouble the best I can.
21. Here is his chance to ensure they keep out of mischief.
22. Tell them keep out of mischief.
23. If necessary, the airship can stay up there for days to keep out of danger.
24. Often, in order to preserve peace, she would wander off in the opposite direction, to keep out of trouble.
25. This they avoided as they followed their Head Girl's strict instructions to keep out of the rough areas.
26. He wrinkled his nose at the smells, thinking that the cowardly little wretches were trying to keep out of his way.
27. It bawled whenever I got near it so Dad said I'd better keep out of the way.
28. At the same time use your supporting troops to tie up the enemy units you want to keep out of the way.
29. In the age of anxiety gay men go to the gym five nights a week, just to keep out of trouble.
30. There was a hush-hush meeting with Eliot and I was to keep out of the way.
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