To turn aside

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Short, then, or Trotters, as the reader pleases, returned unto the remonstrance of his friend Mr Thomas Codlin a jocose answer calculated to turn aside his discontent; and applying himself with great relish to the cold boiled beef, the tea, and bread and butter, strongly impressed upon his companions that they should do the like.
I had heard the cries and groans of the dying, I had cantered over ground slippery with blood, and frequently had to turn aside to avoid trampling on wounded man or horse, but, until one dreadful day, I had never felt terror; that day I shall never forget.
Evans's opposite number Matt Glennon also had his moments, saving well from Jon Brown and then diving to turn aside an angled effort from Smith.
In terms of delivering value for money surely the core cities prediction of 400,000 jobs and GG21 prediction of 20,000 construction jobs for 15 years provides jobs on a scale too good to turn aside.
Just before the interval evergreen Richard Lavery superbly headed in the third while dreadful defending allowed ex-Brakes man Jamie Towers to set up Tom Weale to make it 4-0 midway through the second period but it needed another excellent parry by Castle to turn aside Lee Chilton's stinging drive.
So I was determined to turn aside from hatred, vengeance, unforgiveness and speaking evil against those who had killed him.
Then suddenly stopped: Dad had his handkerchief out, and seemed to turn aside.
The Villa keeper also did well to turn aside Elliott's close-range flick.
The House Committee on the Budget voted 23-14 to turn aside an amendment by U.
to turn aside from a main purpose or direction His career got sidetracked.
It's in his nature to fight on, but he knew in his heart that to turn aside the offer of investment from Keith Harris would be foolish.
Home keeper Russell Howarth did well to turn aside the penalty from Clayton Donaldson after the Hull man had been pushed in the box by Paul Martin.