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  • r  with evasion; in an evasive manner
    her husband seemed to know many of the people who were named, but he replied evasively when asked who they were

  • On the stand, Tony was so evasively garrulous that his own lawyer asked the judge: "Please make that man answer the questions.
  • He claimed (perhaps a tiny bit evasively) that he didn't have nightmares and that he couldn't recall anything weird about the night we fixed his arm.
  • Do either of you agree that Chomsky is torn between his humanity, evident in his views on the Palestinians, and his loyalty to Israel, illustrated by evasively deflecting Israeli .
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  • Georges St-Pierre: Anderson Silva's loss was a wake-up call, but he's still a 'genius'
    LAS VEGAS, NV -- Georges St-Pierre gazed down at the throng of reporters huddled around a makeshift stage at the MGM Grand lobby. Clad in a black form-fitting t-shirt, with a golden UFC belt shimmering by his side, St-Pierre deftly fielded UFC 167 questions until the inevitable happened. For the better part of seven years, St-Pierre gritted his teeth and evasively discussed the only man whose ...
    July 29, 2013 - SB Nation

  • Stuart Cosgrove in Times Online
    Make no mistake about it. This is soul music's Titian moment,said Cosgrove. "Although the Frank Wilson song is readily available via iTunes and is on numerous compilation CDs, it remains evasively rare on vinyl." "A rare Titian has...

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