For those who eschew 700-page macroeconomic tomes, this is the guy who all the way back in april was going to change the world.0 0
Full marks for keeping the word eschew in common usage; and who can deny her overall claim to be fully embracing the competitions aim of creating a tribute to a railway legend with less conventional materials.0 0
Some videos eschew role-play altogether and simply provide a medley of sounds.0 0
The administration wants to peacefully convince iran and north korea to eschew nuclear weapons.0 0
The best way to take any immediate pressure off the public purse would be to eschew tax cuts for the rich and to support public programs that cut the deficit over time.0 0
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Marigold - noun - Any of several plants related to the marigold or having similar flowers, such as the marsh marigold