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communicate.v04-T-XPiq-fin,iq-other-(1)bncpBNC2122541733He underlined the need for art to communicate what the artist has felt :
communicate.vother-unmatched-(1)bncpBNC21225531310“ We see them communicating easily with one another , trying to communicate with us , solving problems , reasoning enjoying a joke . ”
communicate.v02-T-NPinformation,message,idea-(1)bncpBNC21225375164In other words , signers are not asked to try to communicate information to a foreign signer , but are instructed to use their own sign languages when addressing a same- or different-language partner .
communicate.vother-matched-(1)bncpBNC21225479193During the year under review a total of 132 press releases , 12 press conferences and 67 radio and television interviews helped communicate the Council 's news and views in Scotland .
communicate.v01-T-Wwith-(1)bncpBNC21225367282By 1928 when the vote was granted to women over 21 , the two sisters had ceased to communicate with each other -- their ideas and lifestyles were now poles apart .
communicate.vother-matched-(1)bncpBNC21225513302The catechist communicated with Todd by way of simple communication and a flannel board .
communicate.v03-T-NP-(1)bncpBNC21225398312The utterance also communicates information about terminology -- that the term speech act is equivalent to the term illocutionary force in this context .
communicate.vother-unmatched-(1)bncpBNC21225554362Parents feed their babies , cuddle them , change their nappies , smooth cream on their bottoms , bath them , tickle them and generally communicate through bodily involvement .
communicate.v03-T-NP-(1)bncpBNC21225402363Horses have a quick eye for slight muscular movements and changes in the posture of their companions and perhaps communicate many of their feelings by signalling in some such subliminal manner .
communicate.v02-T-NPinformation,message,idea-(1)bncpBNC21225374441Central to the overall strategy is the ability to communicate information about individual patients and their care throughout the NHS .
communicate.v02-T-NPinformation,message,idea-(1)bncpBNC21225387512On one memorable occasion , she thinks to communicate her feelings about Catholic beliefs to some of her older pupils .
communicate.v04-T-XPiq-fin,iq-other-(1)bncpBNC21225426583In other words , while the original does not communicate what the speaker wished to communicate , the reformulation does .
communicate.v04-T-XPiq-fin,iq-other-(1)bncpBNC212254225865535We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?
communicate.vother-unmatched-(1)bncpBNC21225561601Mirroring Sun Microsystems Inc 's efforts in this area ( UX No 386 ) Hewlett-Packard Co has rolled out a new range of ISDN connectivity enabling standalone workstations to communicate over public or private ISDN networks .
communicate.v06-T-NP-PPabout,to,through-(1)bncpBNC21225439613Using worship , dance , drama , testimony and preaching we began to communicate the truth of Jesus to the Hungarians .
communicate.v06-T-NP-PPabout,to,through-(1)bncpBNC21225461692When a man prophesies , it is because the Spirit of the Lord comes upon him and communicates a message through him .
communicate.vother-unmatched-(1)bncpBNC212255171031If BW approval can be arranged , I would be grateful if this could be communicated to David Oldham of the Green Belt Trust , so that he can arrange the funding .
communicate.v03-T-NP-(1)bncpBNC212254151032It is the main medium on which the government relies to communicate its message to the public , especially to rural communities .
communicate.v02-T-NPinformation,message,idea-(1)bncpBNC212253861286He was now a very effective reader of his own work -- his theatrical instincts were here most valuable and , as Edmund Wilson noted , he could communicate a feeling of intense excitement to his audiences .
communicate.v06-T-NP-PPabout,to,through-(1)bncpBNC212254321388When Lansdowne communicated his despair about the war to the press in 1917 and called for negotiations , there was a storm of protest .
communicate.v03-T-NP-(1)bncpBNC212253971454communicate upwards , as well as downwards and sideways ; listen and respond to information from others ;
communicate.v02-T-NPinformation,message,idea-(1)bncpBNC212253881552She has a strong , engaging personality and is in many ways a resilient , but sensitive child who thrives on adult attention and who can communicate her feelings and needs effectively .
communicate.vother-unmatched-(1)bncpBNC212255361631The teacher might play an alien who could not communicate at all with the crew members ( children ) and wanted to learn their language .
communicate.v03-T-NP-(1)bncpBNC212254061831Not all biologists accept that insects do communicate electromagnetically .
communicate.v02-T-NPinformation,message,idea-(1)bncpBNC212253952076And of course a familiar populist complaint about modernist fiction is that it does not communicate its meaning to the reader in a clear and comprehensible way .
communicate.v03-T-NP-(1)bncpBNC212254032207And as she was moving about she would realize that her letter communicated nothing of her pleasure and love , so she would get the paper back and add a postscript and a laborious drawing .
communicate.vother-unmatched-(1)bncpBNC212255272414Once the mother has made up her mind her firmness of resolve is often communicated to the child .
communicate.v03-T-NP-(1)bncpBNC212254112576Here is evidence of a mind abundantly stocked with reading which the author has enjoyed -- effortlessly , intelligently , and selflessly enjoyed -- and he wishes to communicate this enjoyment to us .
communicate.v01-T-Wwith-(1)bncpBNC212253702731EDI has become extremely important in international freight enabling shippers , forwarders , carriers and HM Customs and Excise to communicate with each other using a set of standard messages .
communicate.vother-unmatched-(1)bncpBNC212255442852He will communicate to the council the decisions of government departments .
communicate.v01-T-Wwith-(1)bncpBNC212253602867Let him communicate with her by letter , if he must : let solicitors arrange money matters .
communicate.vother-matched-(1)bncpBNC212254762926Another salesman may communicate imperfectly but succeed in making a sale because one of the triggers used was sufficient to motivate the purchase .
communicate.v06-T-NP-PPabout,to,through-(1)bncpBNC212254283182He communicated nothing about his sporting ambitions to his mother with whom he lived in Rugby .
communicate.vother-unmatched-(1)bncpBNC212255513471The client must be told that if at any stage he or she is anxious about the conduct of the matter , they should communicate immediately with the fee earner who is handling the case .
communicate.v02-T-NPinformation,message,idea-(1)bncpBNC212253773522Simply by carrying out its day-to-day operations , an organisation necessarily communicates certain messages to those who interact with it .
communicate.v02-T-NPinformation,message,idea-(1)bncpBNC212253713792Teletext uses a broadcast signal to communicate information to specially adapted television sets , while Prestel uses a telephone link to allow access to information .
communicate.v01-T-Wwith-(1)bncpBNC212253573951Nerves that communicate with the use of acetylcholine are said to be cholinergic and are found in the peripheral and central nervous systems .
communicate.v02-T-NPinformation,message,idea-(1)bncpBNC212253913975In so far as meaning is a problem for semiotics it is not a question of discovering ` hidden meanings " but one of the structure of signifiers that communicate a meaning accepted by participants .
communicate.vother-unmatched-(1)bncpBNC212255595123Do plants , then , also communicate by means of airborne pheromones or in some other , perhaps more subtle fashion , as well ?
communicate.v04-T-XPiq-fin,iq-other-(1)bncpBNC212254248056He smiled back at Beruna , trying to silently communicate how proud he was , of both her and Paula , but her eyes fell angrily to her work .
communicate.vother-unmatched-(1)bncpBNC212255299106Let's hope it did n't have time to communicate any of its findings to its overlords . "
communicate.v01-T-Wwith-(1)bncpBNC2122535910531429With the facility of computers it is possible , as shown by other unions as well as forward-looking branches of our own , to communicate with members on a personal basis .
communicate.v01-T-Wwith-(1)bncpBNC2122535328824I have been communicating with the Minister since 1988 on that problem .
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He underlined the need for art to communicate what the artist has felt :...“ We see them communicating easily with one another , trying to communicate with us , solving problems , reasoning enjoying a joke . ”
In other words , signers are not asked to try to communicate information to a foreign signer , but are instructed to use their own sign languages when addressing a same- or different-language partner .
During the year under review a total of 132 press releases , 12 press conferences and 67 radio and television interviews helped communicate the Council 's news and views in Scotland .
By 1928 when the vote was granted to women over 21 , the two sisters had ceased to communicate with each other -- their ideas and lifestyles were now poles apart .
The catechist communicated with Todd by way of simple communication and a flannel board .
The utterance also communicates information about terminology -- that the term speech act is equivalent to the term illocutionary force in this context .
Horses have a quick eye for slight muscular movements and changes in the posture of their companions and perhaps communicate many of their feelings by signalling in some such subliminal manner ....Parents feed their babies , cuddle them , change their nappies , smooth cream on their bottoms , bath them , tickle them and generally communicate through bodily involvement .
Central to the overall strategy is the ability to communicate information about individual patients and their care throughout the NHS .
On one memorable occasion , she thinks to communicate her feelings about Catholic beliefs to some of her older pupils .
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?...In other words , while the original does not communicate what the speaker wished to communicate , the reformulation does .
Mirroring Sun Microsystems Inc 's efforts in this area ( UX No 386 ) Hewlett-Packard Co has rolled out a new range of ISDN connectivity enabling standalone workstations to communicate over public or private ISDN networks .
Using worship , dance , drama , testimony and preaching we began to communicate the truth of Jesus to the Hungarians .
When a man prophesies , it is because the Spirit of the Lord comes upon him and communicates a message through him .
It is the main medium on which the government relies to communicate its message to the public , especially to rural communities ....If BW approval can be arranged , I would be grateful if this could be communicated to David Oldham of the Green Belt Trust , so that he can arrange the funding .
He was now a very effective reader of his own work -- his theatrical instincts were here most valuable and , as Edmund Wilson noted , he could communicate a feeling of intense excitement to his audiences .
When Lansdowne communicated his despair about the war to the press in 1917 and called for negotiations , there was a storm of protest .
communicate upwards , as well as downwards and sideways ; listen and respond to information from others ;
She has a strong , engaging personality and is in many ways a resilient , but sensitive child who thrives on adult attention and who can communicate her feelings and needs effectively .
The teacher might play an alien who could not communicate at all with the crew members ( children ) and wanted to learn their language .
Not all biologists accept that insects do communicate electromagnetically .
And of course a familiar populist complaint about modernist fiction is that it does not communicate its meaning to the reader in a clear and comprehensible way .
And as she was moving about she would realize that her letter communicated nothing of her pleasure and love , so she would get the paper back and add a postscript and a laborious drawing .
Once the mother has made up her mind her firmness of resolve is often communicated to the child .
Here is evidence of a mind abundantly stocked with reading which the author has enjoyed -- effortlessly , intelligently , and selflessly enjoyed -- and he wishes to communicate this enjoyment to us .
EDI has become extremely important in international freight enabling shippers , forwarders , carriers and HM Customs and Excise to communicate with each other using a set of standard messages .
He will communicate to the council the decisions of government departments .
Let him communicate with her by letter , if he must : let solicitors arrange money matters .
Another salesman may communicate imperfectly but succeed in making a sale because one of the triggers used was sufficient to motivate the purchase .
He communicated nothing about his sporting ambitions to his mother with whom he lived in Rugby .
The client must be told that if at any stage he or she is anxious about the conduct of the matter , they should communicate immediately with the fee earner who is handling the case .
Simply by carrying out its day-to-day operations , an organisation necessarily communicates certain messages to those who interact with it .
Teletext uses a broadcast signal to communicate information to specially adapted television sets , while Prestel uses a telephone link to allow access to information .
Nerves that communicate with the use of acetylcholine are said to be cholinergic and are found in the peripheral and central nervous systems .
In so far as meaning is a problem for semiotics it is not a question of discovering ` hidden meanings " but one of the structure of signifiers that communicate a meaning accepted by participants .
Do plants , then , also communicate by means of airborne pheromones or in some other , perhaps more subtle fashion , as well ?
He smiled back at Beruna , trying to silently communicate how proud he was , of both her and Paula , but her eyes fell angrily to her work .
Let's hope it did n't have time to communicate any of its findings to its overlords . "
With the facility of computers it is possible , as shown by other unions as well as forward-looking branches of our own , to communicate with members on a personal basis .
I have been communicating with the Minister since 1988 on that problem .
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We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN01PP
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN313VV
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN1517wrb
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN1920PP
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN2225VVP
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN2738rb
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN4040,
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN4245jj
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN4747sent
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760829Target313Target
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We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760830FEAddressee
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760830FE1525Message
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760830FE2738Means
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760831GF01Ext
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760831GF1525Obj
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760831GF2738Dep
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760832PT01NP
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760832PT1525NP
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760832PT2738AVP
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760833Other
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760834Sent
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760835Verb
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We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760829Target3-13:Target
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We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760831GF0-1:Ext , 15-25:Obj , 27-38:Dep
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760832PT0-1:NP , 15-25:NP , 27-38:AVP
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760833Other
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760834Sent
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760835Verb
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We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN0-1:PP
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN3-13:VV
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN15-17:wrb
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN19-20:PP
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN22-25:VVP
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN27-38:rb
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN40-40:,
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN42-45:jj
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897904760828PENN47-47:sent
sentence, GF layer
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We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760831GF0-1:Ext
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760831GF15-25:Obj
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760831GF27-38:Dep
sentence, PT layer
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We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760832PT0-1:NP
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760832PT15-25:NP
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760832PT27-38:AVP
sentence, FE layer
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We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760830FEAddressee
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760830FECommunicator0-1:Communicator
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760830FEMessage15-25:Message
We communicate how we feel non-verbally , okay ?1897905760830FEMeans27-38:Means
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He shouted out to be killed , but since he was not of his own regiment , Stephen demurred . 1733733826408Verb11-13:Aspout
sentence, Other layer
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And it is Government miscalculations that are to blame . 867845555532Other10-35:AntGovernment miscalculations
And it is Government miscalculations that are to blame . 867845555532Other37-40:Relthat
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havegossip.nFather Devine went on to speak of his admiration for Shakespeare , but had no fresh gossip about the Bard . FE0-12:Interlocutor_1Father Devine
havegossip.nFather Devine went on to speak of his admiration for Shakespeare , but had no fresh gossip about the Bard . FE91-104:Topicabout the Bard
havegossip.nFather Devine went on to speak of his admiration for Shakespeare , but had no fresh gossip about the Bard . GF0-12:ExtFather Devine
havegossip.nFather Devine went on to speak of his admiration for Shakespeare , but had no fresh gossip about the Bard . GF91-104:Depabout the Bard
havegossip.nFather Devine went on to speak of his admiration for Shakespeare , but had no fresh gossip about the Bard . PT0-12:NPFather Devine
havegossip.nFather Devine went on to speak of his admiration for Shakespeare , but had no fresh gossip about the Bard . PT91-104:PPabout the Bard
havegossip.nFather Devine went on to speak of his admiration for Shakespeare , but had no fresh gossip about the Bard . Sent
havegossip.nFather Devine went on to speak of his admiration for Shakespeare , but had no fresh gossip about the Bard . Target84-89:Targetgossip
havegossip.nFather Devine went on to speak of his admiration for Shakespeare , but had no fresh gossip about the Bard . Noun71-73:Supphad
recountgossip.nHe was off-hand with her , even when she recounted the gossip about Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings . FE37-39:Interlocutor_1she
recountgossip.nHe was off-hand with her , even when she recounted the gossip about Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings . FE62-108:Topicabout Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings
recountgossip.nHe was off-hand with her , even when she recounted the gossip about Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings . GF37-39:Extshe
recountgossip.nHe was off-hand with her , even when she recounted the gossip about Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings . GF62-108:Depabout Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings
recountgossip.nHe was off-hand with her , even when she recounted the gossip about Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings . PT37-39:NPshe
recountgossip.nHe was off-hand with her , even when she recounted the gossip about Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings . PT62-108:PPingabout Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings
recountgossip.nHe was off-hand with her , even when she recounted the gossip about Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings . Sent
recountgossip.nHe was off-hand with her , even when she recounted the gossip about Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings . Target55-60:Targetgossip
recountgossip.nHe was off-hand with her , even when she recounted the gossip about Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings . Noun41-49:Supprecounted
tellgossip.nI 'll tell them malicious gossip about the rest of the club and I 'll become a kind of mascot . FE
tellgossip.nI 'll tell them malicious gossip about the rest of the club and I 'll become a kind of mascot . FE33-58:Topicabout the rest of the club
tellgossip.nI 'll tell them malicious gossip about the rest of the club and I 'll become a kind of mascot . GF
tellgossip.nI 'll tell them malicious gossip about the rest of the club and I 'll become a kind of mascot . GF33-58:Depabout the rest of the club
tellgossip.nI 'll tell them malicious gossip about the rest of the club and I 'll become a kind of mascot . PT
tellgossip.nI 'll tell them malicious gossip about the rest of the club and I 'll become a kind of mascot . PT33-58:PPabout the rest of the club
tellgossip.nI 'll tell them malicious gossip about the rest of the club and I 'll become a kind of mascot . Sent
tellgossip.nI 'll tell them malicious gossip about the rest of the club and I 'll become a kind of mascot . Target26-31:Targetgossip
tellgossip.nI 'll tell them malicious gossip about the rest of the club and I 'll become a kind of mascot . Noun6-9:Supptell
tradegossip.nThe locals are already trading gossip about the hundreds of youngsters packing the beach . FE0-9:InterlocutorsThe locals
tradegossip.nThe locals are already trading gossip about the hundreds of youngsters packing the beach . FE38-87:Topicabout the hundreds of youngsters packing the beach
tradegossip.nThe locals are already trading gossip about the hundreds of youngsters packing the beach . GF0-9:ExtThe locals
tradegossip.nThe locals are already trading gossip about the hundreds of youngsters packing the beach . GF38-87:Depabout the hundreds of youngsters packing the beach
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avoid.v20591CircumstancesPP[at]Depat all costsThe ` good loser syndrome " has to be avoided at all costs .
avoid.v20591CircumstancesPP[at]Depat all costIt may be quicker for someone who hears well to reply , particularly when they know the answer and the question is unimportant , but this must be avoided at all cost .
avoid.v20591CircumstancesPP[at]Depat all costsAnd anyway , there was a current in this house , something that a poor swimmer ought to avoid at all costs .
avoid.v20591CircumstancesSubDepif things do n't do as plannedAvoid feelings of disappointment or failure if things do n't do as planned .
avoid.v20591CircumstancesSinterrogDepwhen she 'd tried to ask him about his friendship with the actressHe 'd avoided giving her a direct answer when she 'd tried to ask him about his friendship with the actress , but it was obvious that there was a very real chemistry between them .
avoid.v20591CircumstancesSinterrogDepwhen dealing with her solicitor Paul ButnerShe took on the alias in a bid to avoid publicity when dealing with her solicitor Paul Butner .
avoid.v20591CircumstancesPP[by]Depby just a few minutes extra careMost of these accidents could have been avoided by just a few minutes extra care .
avoid.v20591CircumstancesPP[without]Depwithout any learning process taking placeIn such cases it is essential for the predators to evolve inborn reactions to the warning signals of the lethal prey , so that they can be avoided without any learning process taking place .
avoid.v20591CircumstancesPP[as]Depas an adolescentThe really weird thing is East 17 were precisely the people I avoided as an adolescent .
avoid.v20591CircumstancesPP[without]Depwithout knowledge of modern hygiene standardsLittle was known about bacteria and viral infections , and they must have been hard to avoid without knowledge of modern hygiene standards , let alone the benefits of refrigeration and freezers .
avoid.v20591CircumstancesPPing[in]Depin discussing this matterThe basic issue , which Mr Fallon has so far managed to avoid totally in discussing this matter , yet which has made the Catholic community and the county council so anxious and so frustrated , is whether this Government accepts that places in Catholic schools should be provided for Catholic pupils .
avoid.v20591CircumstancesSfinDepas they followed their Head Girl 's strict instructions to keep out of the rough areasThis they avoided as they followed their Head Girl 's strict instructions to keep out of the rough areas .
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avoid.vMannerAVPDepsomehowTheir old argument was that , by unilaterally renouncing nuclear weapons , the West could somehow avoid the dangers of the nuclear age .
avoid.vMannerPP[like]Deplike the plagueIt 's so time-consuming that most professional carvers avoid it like the plague . "
avoid.vMannerPP[like]Deplike the plagueAs you know , the best commercial travel pictures avoid people like the plague .
avoid.vMannerQUODep` like the plague "Victoria avoids weekend work ` like the plague " .
avoid.vMannerPP[like]Deplike the plagueThe Profitboss avoids committees like the plague .
avoid.vMannerAVPDepautomaticallyEven the youngest of babies will automatically avoid precipitous drops in floor-level -- and , perhaps more interestingly , places where it looks as if there is a precipitous drop in floor-level .
avoid.vMannerAVPDepdeliberatelyHe is a man who has deliberately avoided certain responsibilities in his life , and certain involvements , but those business obligations which do unavoidably devolve upon him he has always observed punctiliously .
avoid.vMannerAVPDepcarefullyEven the Art Loss Register , which plans to open an office in Japan , carefully avoids any probing into the subject .
avoid.vMannerPP[without]Depwithout too much troubleHowever , I suspect you could take an obvious short cut across the open fell side to avoid the town without too much trouble .
avoid.vMannerAVPDepeasilyThis tendency to catch and pull happens most often when approaching the workpiece , but with experience I found this can be avoided easily by working against the rotation .
avoid.vMannerAVPDepoftenPoetry demands a form of reading that , though rewarding , is unusually intensive , and it is often avoided in sixth-form English teaching .
avoid.vMannerAVPDepeasilyHappily , however , it 's one you can easily avoid by talking to BSB today .
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avoid.vAgentNPExtheHe added that he wanted to avoid " the alarming imbalance in some schemes [ a reference to the German method -- see above ] between what is collected and the ability to reprocess it " .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe ` honest broker "At the Congress of Berlin the ` honest broker " avoided a Balkan conflict , but only , Russians thought , at the cost of letting down his friends .
avoid.vAgentNPExtWe` We must avoid jumping to conclusions , " replied Thiercelin cautiously .
avoid.vAgentNPExtThis perspectiveThis perspective avoids both general statements and general conclusions about the mass media and favours an approach which highlights the richness of the relationship between the mass media and politics .
avoid.vAgentNPExtcreditorsThis is less odd than it looks : it pays creditors to avoid the delays and legal costs of chapter 11 .
avoid.vAgentNPExtcustomersIt is hoped this will attract customers wanting to avoid the costs and anxiety of development .
avoid.vAgentNPExta poor swimmerAnd anyway , there was a current in this house , something that a poor swimmer ought to avoid at all costs .
avoid.vAgentNPExtTheyThey could not avoid criticism but they could usually ignore it .
avoid.vAgentNPExttheyBy controlling me they believed that they were avoiding my criticism of them as parents .
avoid.vAgentNPExtHayekIt is on the basis of these distinctions that Hayek seeks to avoid certain criticisms that have been applied to Oakeshott .
avoid.vAgentNPExtThis approachThis approach , whilst employing a similar list of areas of experience to that employed in Curriculum 11-16 and the Munn Report , avoids the criticism of ignoring teaching methods .
avoid.vAgentNPExtThe kindness in her voiceThe kindness in her voice avoided unspoken criticism and commiseration , " Let me , " in a moment her quick fingers had Nicandra 's gardenia and its drift of green spray firmly in place .
avoid.vAgentNPExttheyNobody 's listening but I insist : ` This fairness of skin obliges them to shield themselves so that if they do catch the sun they avoid the obvious danger of peeling .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe WestTheir old argument was that , by unilaterally renouncing nuclear weapons , the West could somehow avoid the dangers of the nuclear age .
avoid.vAgentNPExttheyAt low doses of omeprazole doctors believe they can avoid any danger of cancer .
avoid.vAgentNPExtThese new improved organismsThese new improved organisms were much better able to survive and avoid danger , to find food and to reproduce , multiplying ever more rapidly .
avoid.vAgentNPExtThe RussiansThe Russians could avoid the danger of encirclement by withdrawing entirely from the salient , or advance in overwhelming numbers to seize both East Prussia and Galicia .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthemIt enables them to avoid committing themselves and to retreat in front of danger ; and this is one of the major reasons why people speak indirectly .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe mediaBut unless the plaintiff is unpopular or unpleasant , the media will normally be advised to avoid jury trials , because of the danger of heavier damages .
avoid.vAgentNPExthe` And if you explain to Thomas that he 's not to touch things like that , but must come and tell you when he finds one , then he 'll avoid any danger in future . "
avoid.vAgentNPExtyoung peopleThere were three exercises including answering questions on crime prevention , studying a video and devising a board game to illustrate how young people can avoid getting into trouble or danger .
avoid.vAgentNPExtfarmersTo avoid disappointment farmers should be made aware of these pitfalls .
avoid.vAgentNPExtyouPlease note that these rooms are offered subject to availability -- as supply is limited , we advise you to book early to avoid disappointment .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe coupleThe best hope for Buckingham Palace must be that the couple can avoid divorce , put their disappointments aside and agree on a distant but reasonably amiable working partnership .
avoid.vAgentNPExtpeopleIn Chapter 6 we shall look at what some of these common misapprehensions are , so that people can avoid creating unnecessary disappointment and frustration for themselves .
avoid.vAgentNPExtsheSo she wrote to the box number and suggested a date for a preliminary viewing to avoid disappointment or misunderstandings .
avoid.vAgentNPExtmost professional carversIt 's so time-consuming that most professional carvers avoid it like the plague . "
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe best commercial travel picturesAs you know , the best commercial travel pictures avoid people like the plague .
avoid.vAgentNPExtVictoriaVictoria avoids weekend work ` like the plague " .
avoid.vAgentNPExtThe ProfitbossThe Profitboss avoids committees like the plague .
avoid.vAgentNPExtTop-seed Jim Courier and fourth-ranked Boris BeckerTop-seed Jim Courier and fourth-ranked Boris Becker managed to avoid the plague which has claimed so many of their rivals , including two-time defending champion Stefan Edberg .
avoid.vAgentNPExtweUntil now , we have avoided this to reduce the risk of the blades striking the boom during the process of learning to hover .
avoid.vAgentNPExtStone conservatorsStone conservators , for example , work with chemical solvents and resins and must take the utmost care to avoid any risk of damage .
avoid.vAgentNPExtoneBy avoiding any practical direction to what they do together , one avoids the futility of the nursing situation where nothing exists beyond the hospital .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe governmentHad the government been able to avoid foreign war its situation would have been highly satisfactory .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe Association of Police Surgeons , the RSM , and several constabulariesIn the meanwhile the Association of Police Surgeons , the RSM , and several constabularies will continue to promote training to avoid those situations in other parts of the world to which you have properly drawn our attention .
avoid.vAgentNPExtTHIS magazineTHIS magazine has so far avoided the temptation to stick compact discs , screwdrivers , knitting patterns or any other free gift on its front cover .
avoid.vAgentNPExtThoseThose who avoided temptation , practised good deeds , and regularly sought forgiveness for their sins through the sacrament of confession would receive the reward of a place in heaven .
avoid.vAgentNPExtwhoThose who avoided temptation , practised good deeds , and regularly sought forgiveness for their sins through the sacrament of confession would receive the reward of a place in heaven .
avoid.vAgentNPExtsheAt her show in Paris , she avoided any temptation to stand and redeliver her own original swashbuckling New Romantic look , which appears set to bubble back into fashion favour .
avoid.vAgentNPExtan animalIf an animal is to avoid fighting with another , stronger animal , it must first test how strong his opponent is .
avoid.vAgentNPExtHeHe 'd avoided giving her a direct answer when she 'd tried to ask him about his friendship with the actress , but it was obvious that there was a very real chemistry between them .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe therapistClearly , the therapist must avoid taking sides in such discussion .
avoid.vAgentNPExtSheShe also has to get them ready for bed and try to avoid one child 's screams waking another .
avoid.vAgentNPExtIBM and MotorolaIBM and Motorola have also apparently managed to avoid the heat dissipation problem haunting both the Pentium and the Alpha .
avoid.vAgentNPExtGood racehorse trainersGood racehorse trainers recognise this , and try to avoid their horses being beaten or having confrontations with riders .
avoid.vAgentNPExtclimbers visiting the RoachesIn the meantime , the BMC is asking climbers visiting the Roaches -- scene of many monstrous Whillans armblasters -- to avoid the path running past the cottage and follow the diversion signs instead .
avoid.vAgentNPExtSheShe took on the alias in a bid to avoid publicity when dealing with her solicitor Paul Butner .
avoid.vAgentNPExtTheyThey avoid trouble at all times and only if they are cornered or pestered will they bite at their attackers .
avoid.vAgentNPExtJohnstonDespite this snub , Johnston has been careful to avoid a public row at Goodison .
avoid.vAgentNPExtFrancoThus Franco had powerful personal , professional and political reasons for wanting to avoid the immediate capture of Madrid at the beginning of September 1936 .
avoid.vAgentNPExtHeHe was shot in the thigh while trying to avoid arrest at the Danish frontier in May 1945 , and tried for treason in London in September .
avoid.vAgentNPExtpatronsTo avoid queues at the Theatre box office patrons wishing to pay by credit card must do so 24 hours in advance of the performance .
avoid.vAgentNPExtWe mustWe must avoid any confusion at this late stage .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe youngest of babiesEven the youngest of babies will automatically avoid precipitous drops in floor-level -- and , perhaps more interestingly , places where it looks as if there is a precipitous drop in floor-level .
avoid.vAgentNPExtHeHe is a man who has deliberately avoided certain responsibilities in his life , and certain involvements , but those business obligations which do unavoidably devolve upon him he has always observed punctiliously .
avoid.vAgentNPExtJonathan SpeelmanJonathan Speelman must avoid defeat in his seventh game against Jan Timman to stay in the match .
avoid.vAgentNPExtyouDo everything you can to avoid mishaps by being adequately prepared but ask yourself again -- does it really matter ?
avoid.vAgentNPExtTheir inner selfTheir inner self will avoid exposure by controlling their feelings and emotions .
avoid.vAgentNPExtIsaacIsaac avoided execution by promising the king a 10,000 mark fine , and in 1213 was transferred from Bristol to the Tower of London .
avoid.vAgentNPExtheSuggestions that he could avoid the damage by protecting the wheat fields with electric fencing do not impress Mr Berry .
avoid.vAgentNPExtJudgesJudges often try to avoid the issue of standing by resolving the merits first .
avoid.vAgentNPExtHeHe will want to avoid a further decline for fear that import price rises will push up inflation .
avoid.vAgentNPExta South African citizenThe appellant was a South African citizen who had left South Africa to avoid apprehension for a burglary .
avoid.vAgentNPExtwhoThe appellant was a South African citizen who had left South Africa to avoid apprehension for a burglary .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe Art Loss RegisterEven the Art Loss Register , which plans to open an office in Japan , carefully avoids any probing into the subject .
avoid.vAgentNPExtwhichEven the Art Loss Register , which plans to open an office in Japan , carefully avoids any probing into the subject .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe ambassadorsThe inquiry heard details of a memorandum written by a Foreign Office official in which he agreed that the ambassadors might be persuaded along those lines in order to avoid embarrassment to their embassies .
avoid.vAgentNPExtThe Hearsay-II systemThe Hearsay-II system used segments categorized by manner of articulation features only , avoiding the more difficult task of specifying place of articulation .
avoid.vAgentNPExtMr Hassan` We have about 150 active reporting units , in around 50 locations , " says Mr Hassan , who is naturally keen to avoid the need for re-keying financial information once captured at source .
avoid.vAgentNPExtwho` We have about 150 active reporting units , in around 50 locations , " says Mr Hassan , who is naturally keen to avoid the need for re-keying financial information once captured at source .
avoid.vAgentNPExtfarmers" Weatherfax " will consist of customized facsimile reports prepared by the Meteorological Office , which will help farmers to avoid the need for respraying because of high winds or rain .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe courtsFirst , while the courts have generally avoided rigid classifications in deciding on the applicability of natural justice , they have not discarded such tools altogether .
avoid.vAgentNPExttheyIt was months ago and Ben had insisted on going into Pugh 's , though they had always avoided the shop before .
avoid.vAgentNPExtyouBut you can avoid it by simply leaving the tops on .
avoid.vAgentNPExtSheShe probably wanted to avoid confrontation by not telling me until after she 'd gone .
avoid.vAgentNPExta doctorIn the USA , a doctor will not avoid litigation by simply informing the patient of the nature of the treatment in broad terms .
avoid.vAgentNPExtyouHowever , I suspect you could take an obvious short cut across the open fell side to avoid the town without too much trouble .
avoid.vAgentNPExta number of peopleChoosing the final design needs not only care to ensure that the end product will be commercially attractive but that a number of people are involved in the selection to avoid accusations of favouritism .
avoid.vAgentNPExtIDespite what you apparently think , I certainly did n't avoid you intentionally and , in any case , if your theory were correct , then surely I 'd have avoided all the male actors ? "
avoid.vAgentNPExtSheShe nodded , trying to avoid his eyes .
avoid.vAgentNPExtThe purchaserThe purchaser will wish to avoid any such disadvantageous practices .
avoid.vAgentNPExtheadless fliesAlas , headless flies can learn to hold their legs in a particular position to avoid a shock , and even solve the problem faster than those still encumbered with brains .
avoid.vAgentPP[by]Depby some constablesSituations of private one-to-one contact with the field-worker were avoided by some constables , retreating into the relative security of public encounters with their characteristic form of non-intimate discourse .
avoid.vAgentNPExt, youBy being subtle rather than obvious , you avoid appearing naive .
avoid.vAgentNPExtthe CEGBThere was one other issue which the CEGB tried hard to avoid at the Hinkley C Inquiry .
avoid.vAgentNPExtBrunelDescribe the features Brunel avoided in this area .
avoid.vAgentNPExtHeHe fell over things he avoided in daytime like stones and bushes .
avoid.vAgentNPExtIThis was the conclusion I could not avoid in the months after becoming a Christian .
avoid.vAgentNPExtRoddickThis is a fate Roddick has avoided by operating most of her shops under a franchise system .
avoid.vAgentNPExtyouHappily , however , it 's one you can easily avoid by talking to BSB today .
avoid.vAgentNPExtIThe really weird thing is East 17 were precisely the people I avoided as an adolescent .
avoid.vAgentNPExtheAnd old man Verne-Smith and his wife , he knew , lived no more than a mile away , but them he avoided out of simple antipathy .
avoid.vAgentPP[by]Depby skilled brewers in both Britain and other leading brewing nationsPasteurisation -- avoided by skilled brewers in both Britain and other leading brewing nations -- leaves an unpleasant burnt sugar taste to beer that is most apparent in low gravity drinks .
avoid.vAgentNPExtI` I try to avoid including children with serious behavioural problems because they would be too disruptive on a trip like this . "
avoid.vAgentPP[by]Depby the policeThe houses in the High Street went stravaiging down to the Gallowgate and the Saltmarket , to which last place no sane citizen would go as it was full of cutthroat robbers , avoided even by the police .
avoid.vAgentNPExtheJust the sort of thing he avoided on his television at home .
avoid.vAgentNPExtheRobert recognized faces he had been trying to avoid for weeks .
avoid.vAgentNPExtMr FallonThe basic issue , which Mr Fallon has so far managed to avoid totally in discussing this matter , yet which has made the Catholic community and the county council so anxious and so frustrated , is whether this Government accepts that places in Catholic schools should be provided for Catholic pupils .
avoid.vAgentNPExtSimonSimon worked for discreet administrative transformations within government , avoiding until late in his career clashes with ministers over contentious issues of policy and principle .
avoid.vAgentNPExtIIn one week I had been transformed into the two personae that I had always sworn to avoid : the preacher and the missionary .
avoid.vAgentNPExtweYes , I have seen this kind of thing and it is something we avoid completely .
avoid.vAgentNPExtGloucesterThe wholesale nature of the grants also threatened the interests of men not recognized as opponents of the regime , something which Gloucester was careful to avoid elsewhere .
avoid.vAgentNPExtStudentsStudents may choose quite early which behaviours to avoid for ever -- or try to .
avoid.vAgentNPExtpeopleAs people avoid more and more they become a prisoner of their anxiety .
avoid.vAgentNPExttheyThis they avoided as they followed their Head Girl 's strict instructions to keep out of the rough areas .
avoid.vAgentNPExtyouOne thing that you should avoid is to give toy horns out at tea and then find the poor entertainer is facing a barrage of noise .
avoid.vAgentNPExtwe` Or , at least it is n't so long as we avoid that bit of road . "
avoid.vAgentNPExtyouIf you come to an obstruction in a road you can seek to circumvent it or you can retrace your journey to the nearest fork and avoid that road altogether .