Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; 英汉信息大词典; Law Dictionary
They had special armour on the inside of the aircraft. They had forward - looking infrared radar, avoidance radar, air -to-air refuelling probes.
He's the epitome of evasion, the personification of parry and the apotheosis of avoidance.
After all, corporate tax avoidance is as American as apple pie and … well, peanut butter and jelly.
So "asceticism" refers to usually the avoidance of something like food or luxurious foods or sex, or anything that has desire or passion as part of it.
Is it any wonder that avoidance is the only way for them?
If, under Clause 31, the Employer shall employ other Contractors on the Site, he shall require them to have the same regard for safety and avoidance of danger.
I am gradually beginning to recognize that avoidance does not always work.
Romney's conspicuous avoidance of the topic reveals the difficulty he will face if he runs for president again in 2012, as is expected.
That openness has in turn created an environment where patient safety and patient care, not avoidance of litigation, have become the priority.
The researchers' hypothesis on incest avoidance was that near ovulation, women are motivated to avoid affiliation with male kin (fathers) but not mothers, to avoid the potential costs of inbreeding.