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Evasion in a sentence

1. But this is an evasion.
2. This is what I mean by evasion -.
3. There was no room for evasion in there.
4. She was an expert in stealth and evasion.
5. This is what we call an evasion, Charlie.
6. He swung from side to side in basic evasion mode.
7. Blythe included, to be merely a maidenly evasion.

8. And this business about nonprofit and tax evasion.
9. It was an unfortunate evasion, as it caused the end.
10. The consternation in the town at my evasion was wonderful.
11. The recent years showed the rising number of tax evasion cases.
12. What? What do you mean? said the kid, but it was evasion.
13. Tax evasion and fraudulent tax returns are a normal form of illegality.
14. He was ultimately accused of tax evasion, conspiracy, bribery, and tax fraud.
15. At first it may seem that he was guilty of a masterly evasion, but it was not so.
16. But the biggest piece of evasion of falsification in astrology is quite interesting.
17. A significant number of this tax evasion cases is accounted to abuse of tax shelters.
18. He has established it was the evasion of the laws which prevented their being effectual.
19. Rule 106: It is illegal to attempt to convert wild wolves to Taoism for the purposes of tax evasion.
20. However, he plea-bargained those charges down to just one: income tax evasion, to which he pleaded no contest.
21. This fact has been tested time and time again with the same result—that of quibble and evasion pure and simple.
22. As any good tax attorney will be able to explain to you there is a difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion.
23. Government secrets seemed to be the major currency involved with a major tax evasion and pyramid scam going on as well.
24. Proof that that holiest of holies, namely the Clintons, could be just as guilty as you and I of fraud, tax evasion, etc.
25. I have been shutting myself up and resting, said Will, feeling himself a sneak, but seeing no alternative to this evasion.
26. The motives of hatred, cowardice, deception, poisoning, racism, genocide, eugenics, punishment, evasion of responsibility, greed.
27. A Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape SERE Psychologist trained the military psychologists to participate in interrogations.
28. To be found transporting many times that could lead to serious laundering charges, tax evasion and possible exposure of its source.
29. Tobie stated the early part of the story, but claimed to have exited before the fight—probably an evasion to avoid responsibility.
30. Bad news: because soon there’d be nothing to confiscate, no one to grab it, nor anyone to celebrate getting away with tax evasion.
31. In this apparent evasion he really supplied all his hearers with the answer to the Pharisees' question as to the authority behind his mission.
32. And what, sir, must be the situation of a country in which a constant evasion and open violation of the laws are not reprobated by public sentiment.
33. I’ve only the one prior conviction for tax evasion all those years ago but with all the press attention the judge will want to do it belts-and-braces.
34. There's no better pilot in the whole Empire and when the missiles start flying, evasion and escape can be more important than even your sharp shooting, Miles.
35. I am detective Anned, and this is Detective Cotter, and we would like to inform you that we have just arrested your mother on charges of fraud and tax evasion.
36. He is also wanted for tax evasion by the Smetack Tax authorities, but has been released on bail for nearly eight Smetack years now, pending further investigation.
37. Resolved, That so much of the President's Message as relates to the evasion and infraction of our commercial laws, be referred to the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures.
38. Press upon them at all times, that less than the truth is a lie; that evasion, excuse-making, and exaggeration are all halfway houses towards what is false, and ought to be avoided.
39. She was completely still when her husband arrived, and the slack in her gloves indicated that she had apparently relaxed slightly in response to her successful evasion of the entire subject.
40. A lawyer will never be a willing party to tax evasion, if that lawyer is behaving within the cannon of professional ethics as well as the accepted norms of safeguarding their client’s best interest.
41. Good pursuit driver; skilled at evasion; seems to have an excellent sense of direction and spatial awareness, so navigation is OK, and he seems safe and confident with almost everything we’ve got.
42. We have spoken of the division of labor with such lack of seriousness, that it is obvious that what we have said about the benefits which we have conferred on the people was simply a shameless evasion.
43. This fact has been tested time and time again with the same result—that of quibble and evasion pure and simple The Indictment Of Eternal Torment—The Self-negation Of A Monstrous Doctrine, page 254, F.
44. The proposed legislation is part of wider plans to create a just and effective tax system, reorganise the tax collection mechanism and apply a stricter framework against tax evasion he told Chancellor Merkel.
45. But how do you prove the difference between a rash business decisions and a reckless one? What generally happens is the Government hammer them with tax evasion and other laws but that does not assist you to get your money back.
46. For my opinion is, sir, that the extent of our seaboard affords such opportunities for evasion, that, unless we station cutters within hail of each other, on our whole coast, they will not be competent to carry our laws into effect.
47. Finally it was left to the Treasury Department to nail him for tax evasion (criminals tend not to pay tax on their illegal earnings) and even then they had to do a last-minute switch of courts because Capone’s men had infiltrated the jury.
48. Also, consider that Brazil loses annually more than 50 billion dollars in flight of foreign exchange, contraband, maintenance of the exchange or falsification, besides the tax evasion in consequence of high tax burden and of the lack of income.
49. Hatch kept in touch for a while via the internet, but their exchanges gradually reduced to sporadic messages on occasions such as Christmas and the fourth of July when Siri would tease Hatch about celebrating tax evasion and the right to keep slaves.
50. This attempt at evasion, encouraged by the outcome of antitrust suits in the Ohio and federal courts, in the end proved completely unsuccessful; but it cast a shadow over the value of all guarantees, from which they have not completely emerged even after 25 years.
51. If businesses like this were able to help foreign peoples rise from poverty or merely survive in a difficult political and economic environment, he would be willing to overlook the tax evasion under the premise that this benefited a great number of women and children.
52. He knew there would be no avoiding this unpleasant duty of questioning these suspects, most of whom had acted rather suspiciously during the previous inquiry, and he was already formulating his approach to this delicate subject so as not to spook the real murderer before the pending departure and evasion of justice.
53. Interestingly though, due to the prey’s need to constantly develop and improve her skills of alertness and evasion, and the resulting need of the predator to continually develop and improve his skills of detection and capture, they both entered into a kind of escalating arms race that led to their joint evolution, mutually benefiting both parties.
54. Then she summoned her last strength and obliged her husband to talk to her without evasion, to confront her, to argue with her, to cry with her in rage at the loss of paradise, until they heard the last rooster crow, and the light filtered in through the lace curtains of the palace, and the sun rose, and her husband, puffy with so much talk, exhausted with lack of sleep, his heart fortified with so much weeping, laced his shoes, tightened his belt, fastened everything that remained to him of his manhood, and told her yes, my love, they were going to look for the love they had lost in Europe: starting tomorrow and forever after.
55. This, then, is what I ask you now to do—pass a law effectually to exclude all British subjects from the public and private maritime service of the United States; let the law be well guarded against the possibility of violation or evasion; and let us be determined rigidly to enforce it; place this law in the hands of your Executive; let him immediately appoint one or more honest, able, independent commissioners; men who neither have nor expect an office; men in whom the nation, without regard to party, would be willing to confide; give them ample powers to form a treaty or arrange the sole question which is now the pivot on which this war depends.
56. Fired, however, now beyond all bearance of delay, he remounts, and begged of me to have patience, stroking and soothing me to it by all the tenderest endearments and protestations of what he would moreover do for me; at which, feigning to be somewhat softened, and abating of the anger that I had shewn at his hurting me so prodigiously, I suffered him to lay my thighs aside, and make way for a new trial; but I watched the directions and management of his point so well, that no sooner was the orifice in the least open to it, but I gave such a timely jerk as seemed to proceed not from the evasion of his entry, but from the pain his efforts at it put me to: a circumstance too that I did not fail to accompany with proper gestures, sighs and cries of complaint, of which, that he had hurt me.
57. And I do solemnly, in the presence of God, profess, testify, and declare, that I do make this declaration, and every part thereof, in the plain and ordinary sense of the words read unto me, as they are commonly understood by English Protestants, without any evasion, equivocation, or mental reservation, and without any dispensation already granted me for this purpose by the Pope or any other authority or person whatsoever, or without any hope of any such dispensation from any person or authority whatsoever, or without thinking that I am or can be acquitted before God or man, or absolved of this declaration or any part thereof, although the Pope or any other person or persons or power whatsoever shall dispense with or annul the same, or declare that it was null and void from the beginning.

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