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1, Kennedy exhorted his listeners to turn away from violence.
2, I saw George turn away.
3, A doctor cannot turn away a dying man.
4, Don't turn away from your old friends.
5, Hard times are forcing community colleges to turn away students.
6, The insurance company has promised not to turn away its existing customers.
7, The stadium was jammed and they had to turn away hundreds of disappointed fans.
8, The sight was so horrible that I had to look/turn away.
9, Moreover, the Left has tended to turn away from applause for insurrection - at least in so far as prospects for change in Britain are concerned.
10, If Joe is with me, I turn away and look silently out the window until I manage to control myself.
11, Turn away, swing the arms and club and then pull the body and legs through.
12, The scene was so sickening I had to turn away.
13, But Jeanie would just turn away, hunch her shoulder and hook her arm, covering the page.
14, You turn away from the onslaught and, in so doing, remove all possibility of a strong, scoring counterattack.
15, What he saw made him turn away and find the flyswatter.
16, Soon we will turn away from each other, but our backs will touch, close enough to stay warm.
17, Graham also encouraged people to turn away from materialism and instead focus on what he said really matters: the spiritual.
18, She is careful to turn away from the cameras that are catching the action for the local sports network.
19, For-profit hospitals turn away patients who have no insurance[sentencedict.com], sending them to overcrowded public hospitals.
20, Don't turn away from possible futures before you're certain you don't have anything to learn from them. Richard Bach
21, I was able to turn away from all the staring faces and simply read my letter.
22, When they show an operation on TV, I have to turn away.
23, And the pirate, if that is what he was,(http://sentencedict.com/turn away.html) revved up his engines and began to turn away.
24, Susan replied with her usual gentle dignity, but a soft answer does not invariably turn away wrath.
25, Tree services were swamped with calls from residents and firewood lots had to turn away truckloads of wood.
26, For sheer lack of space and resources he is having to turn away drug-addicts who are begging for admission.
27, I might show facts as plain as day: but, since your eyes are blind, you'd say, 'Where? What?' and turn away. Christina G. Rossetti
28, The beef industry has been in the doldrums ever since consumers began to turn away from eating red meat.
29, If you are doing business on the Internet, it is probably not a good idea to turn away potential customers.
30, Moon-Watcher began to tremble uncontrollably; he felt as if his brain would burst, and wanted to turn away his eyes.
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