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    1. She tried to sidestep to keep from bumping into him but she lost her balance, James quickly reached out and steadied her by holding on to her arm

    2. The snow did not give much room to maneuver, but she managed to sidestep the downward arc of the club without leaving the path

    3. She tried to sidestep, as she’d told me to do, but the monster had learned his lesson

    4. I managed to sidestep the first kid’s swing, but these guys were not as stupid the Minotaur

    5. I sidestep him and slam his head against the wall hard enough to daze him, but not hard enough to knock him out

    6. Phillip felt perplexed about his brother's apparent sidestep to his question

    7. � Taking a quick sidestep, Nancy shot a second time as the assassin on her right was starting to fire a burst from the hip, peppering the car and sidewalk with

    8. In this case it might be better to sidestep the law

    9. On the negative side they are inclined to sidestep or slough off problems, to let things slide until they build to a crisis (rather than tackling them directly or thinking them through)

    10. North plays on the wing and to add to his size and speed he also has a serious sidestep

    1. He sidestepped the rifle and left it laying on the ground

    2. Roman sidestepped the wall with Johnson still holding on

    3. He sidestepped Ed and looked out the back

    4. Roman sidestepped it; the man’s forward momentum carried him off the walkway

    5. Drawing close, Cletus sidestepped a swipe of Andrastus's knife, then knocked him reeling with the butt end of his spear

    6. I batted some of his blows aside, sidestepped others and countered with light scores where possible

    7. Instinctively, she sidestepped and lifted Sicarius’s dagger

    8. Longleaf jabbed at the lieutenant, who easily sidestepped the maneuver and clubbed his opponent in the face with the hilt

    9. Social ―improprieties‖ (I am being generous) are oftentimes conveniently sidestepped or (casually) dismissed by ―social-minded‖ reformers who, eager for ―root‖ causes, worsen matters by making (implausible) excuses like ―social disease‖ or introducing psycho-babble into the equation rather than holding these tiresome individuals responsible for their actions

    10. …portends a Crisis of Conscience for the obvious reason that were an individual evil, in which case Conscience would no longer factor into that individual‘s evil intentions or designs, or complicit in some activity considered evil (in the conventional sense) or (otherwise) cognizant of loftier moral arguments that should properly inform his or her actions, who has chosen, however, to promote expediency and self-interest over principle and the (rightful) concerns of others, that individual has willfully and knowingly sidestepped the boundaries that separate Good and Evil or, at the very least, its milder derivative, Right from Wrong, (thereby) waiving all rights for (personal) redemption whereas Amorality, on the other hand, suggests a gross indifference to moral clarity; an ―intellectual‖

    1. ’ I told her, sidestepping the question a little

    2. “What’s this about flashing underwear?” says Uriah, sidestepping a bunk

    3. of which didn't have the brown skin or brown eyes that I was still sidestepping at all

    4. Sidestepping around Tina, the nurse went to stand by the side of Sweeny’s gurney and grabbed his left wrist to check his pulse

    5. walking in the gutters of the road, sidestepping and skipping to dodge

    6. Dropping my aim I fired the remainder of my clip in fast succession even as I began sidestepping away from the path of lead intent on cutting me into two pieces

    7. on the balloon to the point of sidestepping

    8. Sidestepping a rock the size of his head, Andrew fell in line behind Connor

    9. The first attack came and he moved his head to one side with considerable ease, sidestepping away

    10. He heard Newt yell, but he ignored him and ran down the hall, sidestepping and jumping over hundreds of splintered pieces of wood

    1. ” She sidesteps her desk, skimming the surface with her finger

    2. The bandit yelps as the noose tightens and the horse sidesteps again as I touch the dagger to its neck

    3. needed to find a solution that sidesteps others’ objections and

    4. sidesteps the problem of defining which house system to use (although it could be argued that this defaults to the Equal House System)

    5. " Tori sidesteps past the rest of us headed back toward the house, gun still trained at the ceiling

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    Sinónimos para "sidestep"

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