(1) The best tribute to the Mahatma would be to eschew hatred and violence and to preach and practise brotherhood.(2) Asking that of her is far more intrusive than asking a person simply to eschew violence.(3) he appealed to the crowd to eschew violence(4) He eschewed violence and advocated alliance with the middle classes.(5) Despite such an awe-inspiring client list, Mankowitz eschews the notion of photographer-as-celebrity.(6) He had been a member of the US-backed town council and had eschewed incitements of violence.(7) On the plus side, unlike Julian and Sean Lennon, she has been smart enough to avoid direct comparisons by eschewing a musical career.(8) This is not a pacifist vision that eschews all uses of military force.(9) She eschews the politics of personality, protecting her privacy, tending to shy away from the media and preferring to play her role dead straight.(10) There will be differences on issues of gender, and of life issues and perhaps sexuality, but there can be a genuine convergence about issues of human dignity, human need, and the eschewal of violence.(11) His call to reason and civil society and to eschewing irrationalities and violence is admirable.(12) Avoiding the temptation to simply coast on her powerful voice, Case eschews the obvious and instead imbues her music with subtlety and atmosphere.(13) Fischer eschews the term gambling, preferring to call it ├ö├ç├┐gaming├ö├ç├û.(14) Davies avoids the trap by eschewing the conventions of drama altogether.(15) This is a group that eschews convention and pushes the boundaries just about as far out as they can, with mostly fascinating results.(16) This country has avoided faith-based violence by eschewing theocratic government.