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It can be extremely awkward to ask a friend to put their mask on when they aren’t eating or to sidestep a hug from a loved one.
THE NEW RISKS OF DINING OUTELAZAR SONTAGFEBRUARY 3, 2021EATER
Hirshland, for her part, sidesteps the issue in her tweet and doesn’t try to suggest what a divisive demonstration might look like.
Both ads sidestep seasonal cliches, albeit from opposite ends of the spectrum.
On the walk home through my Left Bank neighborhood, I sidestepped a restaurant that was packed both inside and at the tables set up along the sidewalk.
That’s enabled its permit customers to sidestep heavy fines while delaying introduction of low-margin EVs, and packing their fleets with lucrative, gas-guzzling SUVs, trucks, and vans.
It’s a form of presidential action increasingly used in recent years to sidestep the need to convince Congress to pass laws.
The two-step inoculation with different adenoviruses may sidestep that issue.
Rapid fire legs sidestep the etchings of industrious ants while silverfish are the boatmen trouncing human oars.
THE LAND OF LOOK BEHINDPAUL CAMERON BROWN
When you seek to escape you find yourself backed up to the wall with no chance to sidestep.
"I just somehow kain't git over the notion she ought to sidestep them little rocks and holes of her own accord," he exclaimed.
THE KILLERSTEWART EDWARD WHITE

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