Where Ms Szydlo shunned Brussels, he engages.
On his release, Tilden's parole conditions were strict and lasted five years, and the tennis world shunned him.
Neighbors who put their pickups into park to chat when they drove past each other and recluses who shunned society.
His ideas were shunned by Parler's board, who instead wanted to use the site for their own political interests, the suit said.
Having shunned the stricter measures of neighbouring states the government has pursued an "intelligent" or "targeted" lockdown.
That is most evident in the Clairol contract – a personal triumph and homecoming for a woman shunned by her profession for decades.
Warren shunned wealthy donors for this race, relying instead on grass-roots contributions — and she wasn’t raising much money at first.
It has survived as readers have shunned papers and papers have shunned what was in stuffier times thought of as serious news.
Hughes’s book reminds us that the woman shunned by most of social England was also the novelist readers turned to for advice on “how they should live.”
This has reportedly led to some of the nearly 900 known HIV-positive children being shunned by their peers and forced to sit away from others at school.
Brain scans have shown that “social pain”, such as being shunned by a community, activates the same region – the dorsal anterior cingulate – as bodily trauma.
Trump has largely shunned Camp David, officially a US Navy installation known as Naval Support Facility Thurmont, in favor of his private Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida.
Having rejected this supposition, radical feminists now find themselves in a position that few would have imagined when the conflict began: shunned as reactionaries on the wrong side of a sexual-rights issue.
In choosing Mr Scheer, the Conservatives shunned both Mr Bernier’s libertarianism and the populism of Kellie Leitch, who got a lot of attention by suggesting that immigrants and visitors be tested for “Canadian values”.
Josh Hawley of Missouri, the leader of the Senate GOP challenge to President-elect Joe Biden's victory, who found himself being shunned by his colleagues during the incredibly volatile situation, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Congress had certified the result, his congressional supporters were being shunned by fellow Republicans, Facebook and then Twitter banned him indefinitely and Democrats prepared for a second impeachment, likely to begin this coming week.
The White House on Wednesday denied Donald Trump endorsed the controversial “herd immunity” concept as a way out of the coronavirus pandemic and that he shunned mask-wearing despite his own words during a town hall with undecided voters the previous night.
Gloria Guevara, president of the World Travel and Tourism Council, said the UK was lagging behind other countries that had "shunned quarantines" in favour of "comprehensive" testing programmes for everyone departing and arriving back into their respective countries.
And so the people of Fukushima are being treated as barbarians again, more quietly this time, shunned for reminding the rest of Japan of their national catastrophe, shunned for accepting compensation payouts from the company that exacerbated that crisis.
In a video posted to Facebook, her lawyer Tiega Varlack said that Facebook "merely paid lip-service to its stated goal of diversifying its employees," and that "when Boone Talton complained to management she was shunned" and excluded from meetings and social activities with colleagues.
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