avoidance : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n deliberately avoiding; keeping away from or preventing from happening
- Chances are, someone you know will meet this unpleasant fate in coming months; while outright avoidance may work when its juniors Little League coach, handling a relationship .
- Microjet operators say they will hire experienced pilots, and insist that the planes' collision-avoidance software is sufficient.
- Veganism is an extreme form of vegetarianism, and though the term was coined in 1944, the concept of flesh-avoidance can be traced back to ancient Indian and eastern Mediterranean .
- Barney Frank in Minneapolis Star Tribune
Under the bailout bill, which will let the government buy huge amounts of toxic mortgage-related assets, "we're now the biggest mortgage holder in town, and we can do serious foreclosure avoidance," Frank said.
- Sir Ian Blair in guardian.co.uk
For the avoidance of doubt, the decision has nothing to do with his actions in filing the ET [employment tribunal] application or the fact that he has made the allegations which are the subject matter of the ET claim,Blair said. "Rather,...
- Acker in Wall Street Journal
He sent the documents to Mr. Hood, Judge Acker writes, "for the calculated purpose of ensuring noncompliance with or avoidance of the injunction's clear first paragraph."