Go-against sentence examples

  • As to how to apply concealer makeup to mask eye bags, you want to go against instinct and pat the makeup into the shadow underneath the bag.

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  • You go against three others in an all-out race for speed.

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  • In 1623 Ralph Salvin tried to regain the manor of Doncaster from the mayor and burgesses, who, fearing that the case would go against them, agreed to pay about £3000, in return for which he gave up his claim to all the manors in the soke.

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  • These natural curiosities may go against school policy and land them in trouble with little effort.

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  • resecare, to cut back, shut off; thus Sp. arriesgar, to run into danger, means literally "to go against a rock."

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  • His entire career in the United States Navy was at its peak but he could not, like any family man, go against his own family in a war.

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  • catholic creeds, or our historic formularies makes it necessary to go against this primal witness.

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  • Like her elder cousin Lizzie has ambition and the will to go against the conventions of her Victorian peers.

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  • Nothing in holy scripture, the catholic creeds, or our historic formularies makes it necessary to go against this primal witness.

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  • Your excellency, they say they have got ready, according to your orders, to go against the French, and they shouted something about treachery.

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  • It is always a good plan to look over the list of scary books your child likes to read checking for violent or extremely scary topics that may go against your family or religious values.

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  • In a culture where it's commonly accepted for teens to go against many of the things the Bible stands for, it's important for Christian teens to live a life that truly speaks about their faith.

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  • You may find that sometimes you need to go against popular opinion in order to do what you believe is right.

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  • Once completed, you will be prepared to go against Agents and other enemies that work with the Matrix.

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  • Some of them may fall into a legal gray area, but most simply go against some of the terms and conditions that are laid out for the App Store.

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  • Remember that all data sent and received will go against your monthly plan, so make sure that your wireless data plan is suitable for this kind of use.

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  • Preschoolers will go out of their way to think and act like their friends, even though they know it may go against what they have been taught by their parents.

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  • Get inspired by celebs like Victoria Beckham or Natalie Portman and be willing to go against the norm.

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  • Don't go against your instincts just because of an online tip.

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  • Those that would go against the teachings do so after great thought and reflection on the consequences that may accompany such an act.

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  • This may go against her natural way of responding in social situations.

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  • However, doing so would go against the iTunes terms of service and is therefore not a legal use of your downloaded files.

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  • He is true to his convictions and beliefs, even when he has to go against the flow.

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  • He has the wisdom when to go with the flow and when to go against it.

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