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2 They wear simple clothes and shun modern contrivances.
3 More discriminating visitors now tend to shun the area.
4 But they will shun countries where there is no prospect of a juicy profit.
5 They have little ambition, tend to shun responsibility, and like to be directed. 3.
6 This led her to shun alcohol and medical establishments and to follow a practical, independent, and disciplined life.
7 Shun idleness. It is a rust that attaches itself to the most brilliant metals. Voltaire
8 Tourists shun regions with high malaria, as do multinational firms choosing the location of foreign investments.
9 But unlike other Hasidic sects, Lubavitch does not shun the outside world.
10 In studying a problem, we must shun subjectivity.
11 Shun Dao has straight blade and hilt, no armguard.
12 Heads turning away to shun the reflected glare from the frozen moat.
13 But shun profane and vain babblings : for they will increase unto more ungodliness.
14 Yin Shun is a major representative and elucidator of the Humanistic Buddhism. He accepted the research methods of modern science and founded the theoretical principle of Humanistic Buddhism.
15 In studying a problem, we must shun subjectivity, one - sidedness and superficiality.
16 Among the habits which children should shun are slovenliness, rudeness, laziness, lying, stealing and slandering.
17 Of A Shun ' nebular ball and chain ' it is very good masturbation tool, glacial ' diamond stars ' make a person faultlessly asphyxial , blood was frozen by him.
18 Or shun his requests and risk facing his fearsome Inquisitors or even excommunication?
19 However mean your life is, meet it and live it; do not shun it and call it hard names.
20 Legal segregation may be gone, but the idea of segregation survives, as middle class black families shun white areas, preferring to live in suburbs of their own.
21 One of her worst fears is that folk will shun her because of what's happened.
22 He denounces Jane before the whole school as a liar,(www.Sentencedict.com) but Helen Burns does not shun her.
23 At the very least, he decided that he personally could shun anything that had to do with slave trade.
24 In the podictionary episode on the word ostracize I talked about how the shells of oysters found their way into that word meaning "to shun" someone.
25 The goitre namely appears or increases, small prominence in the outer ring and the scrotum outset department, big drops to cloudy Shun, assumes the pear, swells the material to be soft.
26 Dr Dixson also studied that women found most attractive and concluded that women preferred a leaner, less muscle-bound physique in males, perhaps giving hope to men that shun the gym.
27 Include: Sian - day scenic valley, the Tiger Mountain King, shun huang Top Spot ( not open ).
28 Cardiac catheterization KATH - e - ter - i - ZA - shun is a medical procedure used to diagnose and treat certain heart conditions.
29 'so the outlook is still a bit hazy, eh , Yun - shun ?
30 Some people argue that hip-hop is politically consequential because activists can use the music and the culture that surrounds it to communicate with young people who might otherwise shun politics.