Evasion sentence example

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  • In face of this no evasion was possible.

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  • He was later sent to jail to serve time for tax evasion.

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  • As he approached Alexandria Antiochus met the Roman ambassador, and, after a brief attempt at evasion, accepted his ultimatum on the spot.

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  • They were accepted at Perth, in 1618, but were evaded wherever evasion was possible.

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  • Features of new offense The new offense is to be " knowingly concerned in the fraudulent evasion of income tax " .

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  • The defendant was convicted of excise evasion on the 22nd September 2005.

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  • In vivo immune evasion mediated by the herpes simplex virus type 1 immunoglobulin G Fc receptor.

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  • Not every householder is listed, as there was widespread evasion.

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  • Another study of interest was that on vehicle excise duty evasion.

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  • Civil investigations into vat evasion are undertaken in accordance with Code of Practice 9.

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  • We will continue vigorously with our blitz program to bring rod license evasion down.

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  • The jury convicted Dr. King of draft evasion, sentencing him to 18 months in prison.

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  • The current issue of the left-wing magazine Red Pepper takes evasion into outright falsehood.

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  • Meanwhile tax evasion remains rampant but prosecutions remain negligible.

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  • There appear to have been few cases of wilful non-compliance or evasion.

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  • The robot in Red Planet was actually named AMEE, which stands for Autonomous Mapping Evaluation and Evasion.

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  • Al Capone - Most famous for as a bootlegger and gang chief in 1930s Chicago, he was arrested on tax evasion charges, through the efforts of Eliot Ness and his "untouchables."

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  • Products and services that are considered "tax free" are subject to use tax in order to prevent the evasion of other applicable taxes.

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  • However, instead of sinking quietly into reality TV obscurity, Hatch made headlines when he was arrested for tax evasion.

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  • The taxpayers, with the clergy at their head, adopted the same idea, and every day contrived fresh methods of evasion.

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  • From now on they could practice evasion tactics - and in the next hour she discovered Bordeaux knew a slew of them.

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  • From the point of view of even classical bourgeois political economy, Cliff's argument was a pure evasion.

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  • Nexus is pro-active in the battle against fare evasion on the Metro and regular blitzes to catch the fare dodgers.

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  • Further east, Russia and Romania have opted for even lower tax rates to combat mass evasion.

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  • It has proved extremely successful in tackling evasion in other cities across the UK.

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  • According to the Revenue, the automatic exchange of information between tax authorities across Europe is the most effective means of preventing tax evasion.

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  • Integrated fares using the Oyster card would be extended to rail services, cutting ticket office and ticket barrier queues and reducing fare evasion.

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  • Penalties for VED evasion are much greater than the cost of a tax disk.

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  • At the same time any manifest contradiction of the Articles, or any obvious evasion of them, would subject the offender to the penalties of deprivation.

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  • In 2005, Hatch was indicted for tax evasion after it came to light that he had never paid taxes on the money he received from the show, as well as income he earned in promoting the show through interviews and other media.

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  • It is humiliating to human strength and consoling to human weakness to find the Titan behaving like the least resolute of mortals, seeking refuge in temporizing, in evasion, in fortuitious circumstance.

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  • The procedure of the courts which had cognizance of the matter was, however, by no means strict, and the judges and subordinate officials were often not ill-disposed towards Christians, so that evasion was fairly easy.

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  • Sixtus took refuge in evasion, and temporized until death relieved him of the necessity of coming to a decision (27th of August 1590).

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