Fend-off sentence examples

  • The move was a calculated gamble to fend off litigation.

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  • And our sympathies end up being with the Levite trying to fend off this rather overbearing host.

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  • To reduce swelling and fend off infection, ice should be applied and the injured area kept elevated above the level of the heart.

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  • This is perhaps the most difficult thing in the world for many people to do, but it is an essential skill if you are to successfully fend off negative peer pressure.

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  • Even his closest friends are beginning to doubt him, wondering why he wo n't fend off these accusations.

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  • so hunker down and try to fend off any nasties until you recover.

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  • Many of these items are high in antioxidants to help your cat fend off illness.

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  • This imposing Imaginext castle includes a moving guard dragon to fend off enemies with a projectile shooting cannon.

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  • Vitamin D (200 IU): Supports proper muscle and nerve function and helps fend off viral and bacterial infections.

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  • When kids feel a sense of purpose and accomplishment, they are better able to fend off peer pressure.

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  • Although you can't protect your child from every health concern, there are many things you can do to fend off illness and injury as your child develops.

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  • The central male of the program is depicted as very attractive and unable to fend off the multiple women who express their interest in him.

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  • Back in Bon Temps, Jason worked with Andy to fend off the Maenad Maryann and was forced to shoot Tara's lover Eggs when he attacked Andy, the sheriff of Bon Temps.

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  • Their physical bodies simply do not have the needed energy to fend off invasions and combat the effects.

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  • An attractive blonde, she often has to fend off advances made by suspects.

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  • hire a butler, a masseuse, or fend off an obsessed fan.

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  • The body's immune system requires itself to be exposed to certain measures of bugs and bacteria in order to fend off more serious illnesses.

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  • With these advantages, your pet will be better able to fend off diseases that might shorten its life expectancy.

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  • Homeopaths aim to maintain health and wellness and can treat conditions such as allergies, headaches and digestive problems, while also strengthening the immune system to fend off illness in the future.

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  • Arctic Adventure: If you're up for adventure and you can fend off the chill with your new spouse, you may want to consider a cruise headed for Alaska of the Antarctic.

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  • Initial reports also state that one of the victims had defensive wounds on their body in an attempt to fend off their attacker.

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  • Nudism flourished in Germany, France, England, elsewhere in Europe, and in the United States, but its advocates often had to fend off legal challenges or accusations of depravity.

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  • Having strong healthy plants also means that they will be able to fend off diseases without the addition of chemicals.

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  • Sell the eggs to purchase eggs of new creatures, fend off predators, and rake in all those profits so that you can move back into the royal palace at the top of the hill.

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  • Inflatable rafts, although designed to lounge on in a pool, are also popular when turned into toys and used as barriers to fend off flying beach balls or other airborne pool toys.

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