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1. You can evade the law.
2. They evade us with ease.
3. I managed to evade them.
4. He tried to evade the question.
5. That he could punishment evade?
6. I was able to evade my pursuers.
7. Ultimately, he could not evade them.
8. It was too late for the Fuzer to evade.
9. And there was no way we could evade them.
10. But that doesn’t mean you can’t evade.
11. The only way to evade this catastrophe is to.
12. She was too curious to let him evade the question.
13. You didn’t come here to have sex, I evade.
14. The guy was trying to evade the light with his eyes.
15. He had managed to evade several teams patrolling the.
16. Startled, Lady Proudness started to evade with her body.
17. But under the circumstances, I couldnt evade my rejection.
18. If he made it through the surface impact, he’d evade them.
19. He continued to evade their blows, but they were encircling him.
20. The Sentinel’s dappled mare was trained to evade such an attack.
21. Therefore, the paradox is that when one tries to evade them, they.
22. I"ll try to correct and evade the mistakes that I"d done in the past.
23. Try to evade doubt and you will surely get what you are yearning for.
24. The daze of death has come in truth: This is what you tried to evade.
25. However, hed always deluded himself into thinking he could evade that.
26. Nangong Ping was about to evade the projectiles when the slow starlight.
27. If that old man could not evade it, he would break both of his shoulders.
28. It was also supersonic, so none of our aircraft will be able to evade it.
29. She wondered how anyone could evade a scan-check on entering the country.
30. Washington - funds that were set up to evade detection and that I know were.
31. Ge Zhonghai shifted his hands to evade Mei Yinxue’s stance and then aimed.
32. Yu Yixian simply just evade and the head hit headlong against the wall with.
33. But the priest did not even evade and raised his robe and exhibited the Iron.
34. That is good, particularly if she is carrying you and needs to evade capture.
35. The lad that was being attacked tried to evade the eagles while the other lad.
36. But that young maiden in purple did not even try to evade it as she raised her.
37. Wherefore, among whalemen, the spout is deemed poisonous; they try to evade it.
38. Knowing that debauchery is an evil, I also know its cause, and can thus evade it.
39. She interrupts my thoughts with so much diligence that it is impossible to evade.
40. He was trying to evade paying child support and was forced to in the end anyway;.
41. Its trajectory erratic, clearly designed to evade their most advanced targeting system.
42. They fought with a blind wild- beast ferocity, too intent on dealing death to evade it.
43. Mellon knew that as long as taxes were high, investors would find some way to evade them.
44. In this type of situation, management is trying to evade the problem rather than confront it.
45. The Master did not evade the question; he merely employed the wisdom of making a double reply.
46. And they inquire of you, "Is it true?" Say, "Yes, by my Lord, it is true, and you cannot evade it.
47. Constantly fearing Death, seeking to evade him at every turn and then running straight into his arms.
48. Bulstrode, not intending to evade Lydgate's allusion, but really preoccupied with alarms about himself.
49. Concentrating on open land while trying to evade the searchers probably established a conflict of needs.
50. Because workstations load the policy file automatically during the logon process, users can’t evade them.
51. But he would evade them for a moment, making everyone in the control room believe he was still in the vicinity.
52. Such ships were typically very fast and also heavily armed, so trying to evade it was definitely not an option.
53. Piety in Arabic is ‘taqwa’ which is derived from the verb ‘ittaqa’, meaning, to avoid, or to evade.
54. However, by being declared a protected species, the antelopes managed to evade extinction, and now there are over 1 m.
55. In his spare hours, he sat and meditated on how to deal with these problems though the solution continued to evade him.
56. Sometimes the best way to evade an enemy is to out-climb him, yet the men lacked confidence in their engines…bad news.
57. The farmers of the public revenue never find the laws too severe, which punish any attempt to evade the payment of a tax.
58. She said she started figuring out how to evade them when she became a movie actress and learned how to ‘become invisible.
59. Titus managed to evade the shield bash that followed, with a deft sideways roll retrieving Tress’s fallen sabre as he did so.
60. I just hoped that they didnt know it was me inside the elevator and that I deliberately pressed the close button to evade them.
61. She had to use a short series of phase shifts to evade the attention of the man, who was proving a dangerous professional indeed.
62. He hadn’t asked any questions at all; he’d just provided information that would help them evade contact with Coalition soldiers.
63. Modern men and women of intelligence evade the religion of Jesus because of their fears of what it will do to them -- and with them.
64. No foreigner has a right to American citizenship, even if he or she has managed to evade authorities and slip into the country illegally.
65. We were able to evade most of the enemy troops between here and Paris and tricked our way through for the rest with the help of Lady Nancy.
66. Syd would eventually be captured or killed — how could he possibly evade them — but that would not change things for Monty, Ernie or Jeff.
67. Tom wiped his mouth against his sleeve and told himself that he probably liked these kisses on some level, since he never managed to evade them….
68. Dissatisfactions were not only excited; but many unprincipled persons found means to evade the law and make exportations contrary to its provisions.
69. Ultimately, Texaco is most significant as an example of the use of the Bankruptcy Code as an escape hatch, to evade legal or contractual liabilities.
70. Likewise, economic growth can often be destructive and divisive, especially where private interests evade their social and ecological responsibility.
71. Not only for Rebecca’s sake but for his own as well, he fervently hoped that Syd — and an ally if he had one — would continue to evade capture.
72. It doesn't matter how thoroughly a guilty person had been protected by the newest technology or the whole army, he isn’t able to evade this penalty.
73. Somehow he managed to evade all the welcome and noise and bustle and sneak her into the house and along the shadowy, silent hallways to her bed chamber.
74. Do not think that those who rejoice in what they have done, and love to be praised for what they have not done-do not think they can evade the punishment.
75. You can't expect your employees to take responsibility for their own work if they see you attempting to evade facing the consequences of your own behavior.
76. We’ve thought before that someone with significantly more power might be able to evade the bad luck he sent their way, but we’ve never tested it out.
77. But the wheel of the car that comes behind the foot made it difficult to evade the idea that he was stepping on it, which would be the way an ordinary mortal.
78. Such a radical redefinition of death is a denial of death; an attempt to evade death by saying the real person is immortal and therefore is not subject to death.
79. Whenever he was confronted with a decision which he did not like taking but could not ultimately evade, Hitler would procrastinate as long as he possibly could.
80. Reese’s eyes flashed with concern, and Galeron spun at him, drawing his sword across Reese’s arm, leaving a red stripe as Reese did not quite evade the move.
81. Their accursed mistress would whisper in their ears that they might yet evade the penalty their apostasy and heresy had laid up for them throughout all eternity.
82. Then Jean Valjean, like all the sorry fugitives who are seeking to evade the vigilance of the law and social fatality, pursued an obscure and undulating itinerary.
83. What is it? What’s the matter, Betts said, hanging on to the side of the boat as Conal set it into a series of turns designed to evade the oncoming helicopter.
84. The great distance, too, from the mother country, would enable the colonists to evade more or less, by smuggling, the monopoly which the company enjoyed against them.
85. The smugglers try to evade federal officials because the punishments for migrant smuggling and trying to escape arrest are not as severe as is the case for drug smugglers.
86. She ran and ran, though whether her feet were actually moving afterwards she was never sure - all that passed through her mind was the necessity to evade the bolt from the crossbow.
87. The citizens of a country, at peace and in amity, enticed to evade their own laws! Is such an act calculated to induce the belief that the embargo operates as a bounty on British trade?
88. Besides, many times in the history of the river the yellow plague flag had been flown in order to evade taxes, or to avoid picking up an undesirable passenger, or to elude inopportune inspections.
89. Royal guardsmen were everywhere, weapons at the ready and searching in detail the numerous towers of the fortress in order to flush out any Black Hand member that could still hide to evade capture.
90. Teron continued to evade him despite those attempts; he could sense the Power, and he could almost see it in the darkness, but that light always slipped from his grasp each time he reached out for it.
91. He had been obliged to seclude himself more than ever, to evade the enormous number of applications presented to him for the purpose of obtaining tickets of admission to the court on the day of trial.
92. It will be in vain that you attempt to counteract her by laws; from the great length and contiguity of her possessions, she will forever evade them, unless by your laws you can change the nature of man.
93. George Molt, managing to evade the vigilant Chilkoot sentries, over 3000 of them, became the first white man to cross the then unexplored Chilkoot Pass, later to become part of the Alaskan/Canadian border.
94. That lone 37mm antiaircraft gun battery that had managed to evade the attention of Ingrid’s bombers and fighter-bombers near Marseilles had truly peppered their plane before being taken out by airstrikes.
95. The good news is that they didn’t have enough troops to get far enough inland to take out most of the foundries, and apparently at least some of the coasters on the bay managed to dodge around and evade them.
96. This obliged them to make all the speed they could to evade the enemy, when they could but lament the absence of Dantes, whose superior skill in the management of a vessel would have availed them so materially.
97. One of the reasons for coracles, apart from the obvious one, that of poaching, was to cross the river by coracle and thus evade paying the toll money to the tollhouse on Ironbridge, they were very popular in the area.
98. I pushed and shoved the passers-by’s, the onlookers frantically in an attempt to touch him, my arms outstretched in front of my body, grasping, clinging onto his coat that seemed so close yet always managed to evade my fingers.
99. If the tax, indeed, was very high, the greater part of people would endeavour to evade it as much as they could, by contenting themselves with smaller houses, and by turning the greater part of their expense into some other channel.
100. Have I mentioned how much I really don’t want to do this mission? I have managed to evade the Fey for centuries and here I was about to walk up to the Prince like I couldn’t wait to be dragged back to his castle and never leave.
1. I seem to keep evading.
2. Stop evading the question.
3. Casaubon, evading the question.
4. The driver was evading the law.
5. Good, so he is not evading an arrest.
6. I felt he was evading my question there.
7. They’re evading the scanners of the IFG.
8. Actually, I am not evading your questions.
9. He stopped in his tracks, still evading her gaze.
10. What’s the deal? Are you evading the law? I asked.
11. Polar bears and grizzly bears have been seen evading traps.
12. His words were barbed but they There was no evading his impudence.
13. The Evading Responsibility Summons was left on the dining room table.
14. They keep evading all contact with this huge police dragnet How?
15. People in who start corporations learn how to make money by evading taxes.
16. There were two ways of evading sacrifice after a person had been selected for execution.
17. Historians have successfully done a very neat deflection of evading of the actual truth.
18. Evading custody was one thing but to also steal a first-rate dreadnought in the process was unheard of.
19. AJ had seen it all before but he still got off on the excitement of evading the law whatever crimes he got up to.
20. You must understand that there is only one Supreme Principle, evading all comprehension of its essential nature.
21. Joey fired all the honoibursts he could, but in a wide space like this the gufders were easily evading the attacks.
22. Johnson prided himself on being a responsible person and he saw that giving Mia away was evading his responsibility.
23. Evading You, wasted their time and gave us more harassment video to upload against the case that was incessant monitoring.
24. Because this is the only tactic that their reptilian brains have; of evading billions of years of guilt; killing living things.
25. If I’d run straight I would never have made it, but instead I ducked left and right, as if I was evading phantom linebackers.
26. She glanced at Tony as he drove furiously through the town, competently evading the other traffic and pedestrians with equal ease.
27. I’m going to the hospital shortly to check on him, Wickland said, evading a response in the affirmative to Higgins’s demand.
28. The large Nozroth Hunter fired his stun bolt at Marlin, but the agile mertroll spun quickly in the water, evading the electric missile.
29. Eight days earlier events on land put into action his own emergency procedure, which wasn’t so much a plan as a method of evading capture.
30. Quietly observing the way she was evading him, Joel found himself growing more and more curious about the conversation she’d had with her mother.
31. He found the key in the exhaust where they had left it and zoomed off smooth as silk, still admiring his ingenuity at evading the ever-tightening web.
32. You are so right, it has all been luck, calling at the right places, evading these Sons of Galilee; mind you, I’m probably not clear of them yet.
33. Yet do not mistake these deliveries as tax evading charitable gifts, but rather as your corporately reimbursed experiments on barely alive human beings with untested GMOs and GEOs.
34. It was clear to her now that they all knew something and, at the same time, that they were all scared, that they were evading her questions, and anxious to keep something from her.
35. Whatever support we hope to find is insecure and leaves us; and if we pursue it, it eludes our grasp, and continuously glides away from us, forever evading us; nothing waits for us.
36. With the nearby Asteroid Belt and the numerous satellites of Jupiter available for hiding, pirates had more than a fair chance of evading the relentless searches from the Imperium Navy.
37. There is environmental degradation, pollution, and multi-national corporations evading taxes, paying their executives millions of dollars for doing their dirty job, and making huge profits.
38. In a new display of intelligence, the beast had grabbed a large branch and was swinging it wildly at the evading warrior, the extremities of the branch flaying him in a succession of near misses.
39. Titus, rubbed his equally full stomach, then half-limped, half-waddled over to his horse and pulled free the naked blade of the magic sabre and began a speech, evading eye contact with Athene as he did so.
40. Many people must borrow, and nobody will lend without such a consideration for the use of their money as is suitable, not only to what can be made by the use of it, but to the difficulty and danger of evading the law.
41. The colony assemblies, if they were not very favourably disposed (and unless more skilfully managed than they ever have been hitherto, they are not very likely to be so), might still find many pretences for evading or rejecting the most reasonable requisitions of parliament.
42. But then I was passing through the cloud of arcing, swooping Glaive Fighters, evading their laser and plasma fire, which I did reflexively, almost without thinking—and I smiled because everything had become clear once again, now that I was finally facing off against my true enemy.
43. As he explained while it floated in the air above them, it was heavily spelled, and could be sailed by one person at the tiller while it tacked and adjusted for the wind automatically, or it would even navigate itself to any port in the world on command, evading storms, rocks and other obstacles.
44. Being here presently denounced, he had for a time succeeded in evading the officers of Justice, but being at length seized while in the act of flight, he had resisted them, and had—he best knew whether by express design, or in the blindness of his hardihood—caused the death of his denouncer, to whom his whole career was known.
45. Thirdly, the hope of evading such taxes by smuggling, gives frequent occasion to forfeitures and other penalties, which entirely ruin the smuggler ; a person who, though no doubt highly blameable for violating the laws of his country, is frequently incapable of violating those of natural justice, and would have been, in every respect.
46. Despite evading responsibility’s being only a misdemeanor for which a summons “served” by mail was appropriate, a trooper, recognizing Mike’s name, as a “local bad guy”, took it upon himself to drive to the condo where he broke through a locked door when no one answered his knock and shout, and found Mike in deep sleep in the bedroom.
47. Evremond’s excuses for tardy entrances, his evading of little attentions to herself which would have involved the devotion of several hours, how puerile and trifling they seemed!—how bald and flagrant they appeared to her illumined understanding! Worst of all it was to feel that whatever love she had innocently shown her husband during these few months had for him no value; had only served to assure him that his wife was suspicionless—at ease; that she was successfully duped, and he might more fearlessly continue on his way.
48. Right, forget the priest for now, he is taking up precious time that we can ill afford, back to the planning, the plan to travel through enemy country at night and rest during the day is a sound tactic, but I must insist that you also leave Toltec land by night in case the Mixtec are patrolling the border country, once on enemy land you will be descending from the plateau to the coastal plain with its tropical forests, you must avoid the farms and any signs of habitation, if you come across any sign of the Mixtec you must take a wide detour, rejoining the route we have agreed will afford you the best chance of evading the Mixtec, at all costs you must avoid any confrontation whatever.
49. When the protocol had been signed, Nikolay Parfenovitch turned solemnly to the prisoner and read him the “Committal,” setting forth, that in such a year, on such a day, in such a place, the investigating lawyer of such-and-such a district court, having examined so-and-so (to wit, Mitya) accused of this and of that (all the charges were carefully written out) and having considered that the accused, not pleading guilty to the charges made against him, had brought forward nothing in his defense, while the witnesses, so-and-so, and so-and-so, and the circumstances such-and-such testify against him, acting in accordance with such-and-such articles of the Statute Book, and so on, has ruled, that, in order to preclude so-and-so (Mitya) from all means of evading pursuit and judgment he be detained in such-and-such a prison, which he hereby notifies to the accused and communicates a copy of this same “Committal” to the deputy prosecutor, and so on, and so on.
1. Gu Hong had evaded it.
2. He had evaded the sword.
3. But Gu Yihong evaded it.
4. If he had not evaded in.
5. Just evaded us at the east gate.
6. He had completely evaded sharing.
7. I accuse no one, Credit evaded.
8. The maverick mages evaded their attack.
9. The agile Gaeans evaded the falling rock deftly.
10. He pretended to sleep, but full sleep evaded him.
11. Setne has evaded capture for eons, Dad said.
12. With equal skill I evaded answering his questions.
13. It was easily evaded as Jason leaned out of range.
14. When she gave orders, she evaded Soames's and Mrs.
15. But the crow suddenly evaded his attack by flying.
16. He tossed and turned on his bed but sleep evaded him.
17. Drumtone and Oxholm evaded the teeth of the beholders.
18. The green man evaded, twisting and moving bonelessly.
19. A flash of amusement in his eyes, he evaded the question.
20. He always evaded the subject of the One God of the slaves.
21. Yes, but I must say that we evaded two close calls, one.
22. So Campbell did not answer the question; he merely evaded it.
23. They were agile fighters and evaded the many attacks with ease.
24. Lu Yixian evaded his body and carried a cold smile on his smile.
25. They parried and evaded the swinging claws of the wolf creatures.
26. However the sweltering deity evaded him without any fuss and kept.
27. Teal exploded with rage when he heard how the pair had evaded capture.
28. Gupta made a phone call as he hurried along, having evaded the police.
29. Nangong Ping evaded it and counter attack with a stance ‘Behold the.
30. After several such turns, it seemed that they had evaded their pursuers.
31. A masked old man evaded his projectiles, turned his body around and asked.
32. The arrow that he had evaded triggered other traps as well as Nangong Ping.
33. A copy of that despatch was demanded of him, and he very awkwardly evaded it.
34. Any town that was devoid of life or appeared unusual would have to be evaded.
35. How had he been outsmarted? He’d stayed up and still the subject evaded him.
36. They had to come up with something, which evaded his intuition and perspicacity.
37. But Nangong Ping evaded it and retaliated with five other attacking strokes and.
38. He evaded her easily, and sliced his sword across her back as she passed him by.
39. Jacob threw the towel again and again, but the spider evaded it and ran up his leg.
40. And this turns out to be unnecessary after all, he mused as sleep evaded his efforts.
41. They’d easily evaded the initial group of men who led halfhearted pursuit after them.
42. However, the tiger evaded them, and was last seen running across the Golden Gate Bridge.
43. It is alleged that the non-intercourse law, constantly evaded, is incapable of execution.
44. The transmission should have evaded the disruption web, although it could still be detected.
45. Caderousse still evaded all pursuit, and I had resigned myself to what seemed my inevitable fate.
46. He evaded each blow, and on the third he pulled the knife off his waist and deflected the attack.
47. I have tried once or twice, but she either evaded my questions or looked so distressed that I stopped.
48. Amidst the wilds of Tartary and Russia, although he still evaded me, I have ever followed in his track.
49. Somehow the Elusivers had evaded detection in every visit, and he guessed this time would be no exception.
50. Jalhi’s wyverns easily evaded the assailing blows and roasted two of the dragon-trolls with hot balls of fire.
51. The blade came closer to his chest and with a last gasp of effort he evaded it and grabbed hold of Akira’s arm.
52. As to freehold qualifications, they were evaded too by deeds made for the occasion, which were afterwards cancelled.
53. As they drove down a group of guard ran in front of the car shooting at them, they evaded the bullets, Run them down.
54. She froze for a moment but shook off the chill that ran down her spine and evaded his question Why do you care?
55. They skillfully evaded all the mechanical and electronic surveillance equipment, and hid themselves from the guards'.
56. Claude evaded the hammers and axes of the hostile anthromorphs and used his heightened speed to bring two of them down.
57. She knows there is a drug trade growing in and around her junior secondary school, and that it was a trap to be evaded.
58. Crossing my arms I stared at her, I find it hard to believe that this has evaded the notice of the temple priests!.
59. If these words can be evaded or explained away, then, if the doctrine be ever so true, it would be impossible to teach it.
60. Eventually the sheriff would come, with armed deputies, to arrest him; and if he evaded them he would be declared an outlaw.
61. Beck was on the ‘Most wanted list’ for a short time but downgraded after the Nuremberg Trials because he evaded capture.
62. Had Indra known this he may have evaded the beam, which was adroitly deflected with a single swat of that Ashura’s wing-blade.
63. Gerry lunged at her but this time she evaded him, prancing out into the middle of the road, where she began a manic dance of rage.
64. Then we spoke with an elderly Monaciello from Italy who claimed to be related to a Saci, one of the few who had evaded the cartel.
65. Men often think that the question of resistance or non-resistance to evil by violence is an artificial question, which may be evaded.
66. So far, Grobut had evaded him, but if the Admiral managed to apprehend him and secure the Eryx, he was destined for glory and greatness.
67. Her aim was true but this served no purpose other than to delay his work, as with impressive dexterity he evaded or deflected every arrow.
68. She was bred by a wily old stallion that has evaded my capture on several occasions, but I was successful in getting the mare back from him.
69. For a long time she had evaded him, and she knew he would have to search the woods on both sides of the road to make sure she was not in hiding.
70. But, unwilling to alarm the fears of Alice, she evaded a direct reply, betraying only by her anxious looks fastened on the slightest movements of her captors.
71. The woman recoiled in pain, and Aazuria lunged forward, using her other hand to slice open the woman’s throat—but her opponent just barely evaded the blade.
72. Up the blood rushed to his face; forth flashed the fire from his eyes; erect he sprang; he held his arms out; but I evaded the embrace, and at once quitted the room.
73. One of them was down, disemboweled, before he could strike, and wheeling cat-like, Conan evaded the stroke of the other's cudgel and lashed in a whistling counter-cut.
74. She only saw that he evaded that deadly grasp, and his sword, flashing like a jet of white lightning, sheared through one of those massive arms between shoulder and elbow.
75. But, whether the fact has occurred, on which alone this proclamation could have legally issued, is a material inquiry and cannot be evaded, let it reach where or whom it will.
76. I have spoken with soldiers who have executed such acts, and they have always cautiously evaded all conversation about it; when they spoke, they did so with perplexity and terror.
77. The citizeness looking at him, he became embarrassed, evaded her glance as a small dog would have done, retreated among his wood, and hid his confusion over the handle of his saw.
78. He crossed the kitchen, evaded the island guarding the middle zone, snatched his car keys that dangled from the wall hook, and slipped out the side door that opened into the garage.
79. Layne Abeley kept this in mind as she carefully evaded the west side of the lockers, reserved for jocks and jerks (was there really a difference?), and stopped before her own locker.
80. This law, however, though we read of its having been executed upon one or two occasions, was either neglected or evaded, and the inequality of fortunes went on continually increasing.
81. It is said that one reason why the embargo has not pressed so hard on Great Britain as it might, is, that it has not been so tightly drawn as it may be; that our citizens have evaded it.
82. The second guard struck the floor with his longsword as Titus evaded the wild overhead blow and the man’s second swing was swiftly met and Titus returned with two stabs to his side and ribs.
83. Who dared to be sad in Rome? indignantly demanded frowning citizens; and in two days the swift-tongued Rome knew of Lazarus, the man miraculously raised from the grave, and timidly evaded him.
84. On the night in question, the exemplary Cabot kids evaded the police by driving at over seventy-five miles per hour on crowded streets in wanton disregard for public safety; that’s a felony.
85. The Captain was troubled by a problem he had wanted to discuss for a long time with Florentino Ariza, who always evaded him with his usual answer: Leona Cassiani can handle those problems better than I can.
86. She tried to think the matter to some satisfactory conclusion but, as always, the conclusion evaded Then she frowned, for her mind went back to the last part of the letter she had just read, her uncomplex mind.
87. He remembered how carefully and at what length everything relating to form and procedure was discussed at those meetings, and how sedulously and promptly all that related to the gist of the business was evaded.
88. The women belonging to the wealthy classes fulfilled their law, while the men did not comply with theirs; and therefore the women became stronger, and continued to rule, and must rule, over men who have evaded the law, and who have, therefore, lost their senses.
89. There was also his fear to transfer troops from secondary fronts in favour of the spot where the main decision would fall; the principle reason why Hitler evaded these risks in the military field was the fear, common to all dictators, that his prestige would be shaken by any perceived setbacks.
90. Dean‘s thoughtless remarks about a ―pathetic old man‖ recalls the relentless efforts of dedicated Nazi Hunters who spent the greater part of their (adult) lives tracking down and bringing to justice ―former‖ war criminals who evaded criminal prosecution after the war and lived to a ―respectable,‖ ripe old age.
91. That woman who deliberately remains childless, and who entrances man with her shoulders and her locks, is not the woman who rules over men, but the one who has been corrupted by man, who has descended to his level,—to the level of the vicious man,—who has evaded the law equally with himself, and who has lost, in company with him, every rational idea of life.
92. In fact, while they were waiting for Pyotr Stepanovitch they worked each other up to such a point that they resolved again to ask him for a definite explanation, and if he evaded again, as he had done before, to dissolve the quintet and to found instead a new secret society "for the propaganda of ideas" and on their own initiative on the basis of democracy and equality.
93. Oh the long days (the hot days of summer, and the cold days of winter), when we had to sit for hours on hard wooden benches, before uncomfortable desks, bending over grimy slates and ink-besprinkled "copy books," and poring over studies in which we took no interest—geography, which we learned by rote; arithmetic, which always evaded us, and grammar, which we never could master.
94. The whole long, eighteen-centuries-old course of the life of the Christian nations has inevitably brought them back to the necessity of solving the question, so long evaded by them, as to the acceptance or non-acceptance of Christ's teaching, and the solution of the question resulting from it as regards the social life, whether to resist or not to resist evil with violence, but with this difference, that formerly men could accept the solution which Christianity offered, or not accept it, while now the solution has become imperative, because it alone frees them from that condition of slavery in which they have become entangled as in a snare.
95. If American vessels are permitted to go out at all, most of them will go, if not to British ports, to some particular ports, as has been observed, from whence Great Britain will finally receive their cargoes; and in a short time, perhaps, upon cheaper terms than they could be obtained for in our own ports; and I do not know what is to secure them from capture when bound to other ports, if they fall in with British cruisers, unless indeed they should go into British ports, pay the detestable tribute and accept licenses; and the law will be abundantly evaded by smuggling into the country articles of British manufacture—and no doubt, many of French manufacture too.
1. That ever and ever evades.
2. I was stealthy and cunning like a rat that skillfully evades detection.
3. The elusive death cap still evades me, but the edible ones spring up everywhere.
4. The neurological investigations into the cellular seat that must support that construct still evades certain definition.
5. Of course there is some truth in this, but it evades the other truth namely that which the philosophers call immediate perception.
6. He evades my eyes as I try to identify his emotions, but when he looks up, the expression on his face is somewhere between sadness and wistful.
7. Empiricism evades ontological uncertainty in that it makes no claims on the existence of objects, but rather, empirical claims are always claims that one has evaluated a space as occupied and not that one has identified a particular object as existent.

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