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On top of that, there were comments about me having to use a side-step because I was too scared to run straight into an opponent or I only did it because I was a show-off
They said: "There can be no doubt that she was attempting to side-step provisions for parliamentary scrutiny and her attempt was for that reason unlawful.
Blacks also said it would side-step Sports Direct's opposition to its fundraising plans by restructuring the shareholder vote in a way that meant it only required a simply majority of shares to be in favour.
A side-step by right-wing Will Cave enabled him to finish off the home side's second try midway through the half.
The changes in the industry, both in technology and in the market, must be understood in order to take advantage of the opportunities and to side-step the pitfalls.
Centre John Welch made a break for Hill to accelerate through a gap and, with a superb side-step, beat the challenge of Jonathan Williams to cross for the try.
However the grant will not be enough to cover facilities, one of the biggest problems facing charter schools, because many districts side-step laws requiring them to share construction bonds and provide comparable space.
A spokesperson for the agency said that deals between private financial parties should not be allowed to side-step federal pension rules.
Ryder Cup captain Bernhard Langer did a neat side-step yesterday when he was asked about the European flop at last week's US Open.
And if, as he says, we "quite properly" give "emphasis" at SMC to "the fact we regard ourselves as a Catholic institution," then why is the college so quick to side-step Vatican regulations?
Despite the yearlong debate over the most divisive elements of the president's plan, such as government-funded employment discrimination and separating secular and religious elements of publicly financed social services, HHS's faith-based efforts side-step these concerns altogether.
After Bears had a Matt Wright try disallowed, Rhinos scrum-half Paul Thurston threw two outrageous dummies to split the cover before a beautifully side-step took him clear to touch down.