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“Diversification” is a hedge fund wife eschewing a Lily Pulitzer tote bag in favor of one made by Sloane Ranger or Jonathan Adler.The Hell of the Hamptons: Why the Exclusive Hotspot Is a Mind-Numbing Drag | Robert Gold | August 18, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Which would be like the NHL eschewing videotape and listening only to the offending player in a disciplinary process.What Hockey Players Can Teach our Toothless Politicians | Dave Maney | April 29, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But why are restless Americans leaving their hometowns, eschewing 49 other states, and settling in Oregon?
eschewing specific triggers, he nonetheless outlined some targets.
To be fair, the White House is still eschewing help from lobbyists and PACs.
The upright cordon has nothing but height, eschewing both breadth and thickness.Dwarf Fruit Trees | F. A. Waugh
Corny, eschewing his truck driver's vocabulary, retorted as nearly as he could in polite phrases.Sixes and Sevens | O. Henry
A man simple and upright, fearing God and eschewing evil—in this conversation for a time he consecrated his life to God.Curiosities of Christian History | Croake James
It gratified me considerably to feel that, for the time being, there would be no sinful extravagance in eschewing the ready-made.A Top-Floor Idyl | George van Schaick
In relating what did happen, I confine myself to facts, eschewing imputations.The Card, A Story Of Adventure In The Five Towns | Arnold Bennett
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