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He then escaped to Berlin, and gave his first name as Arnold, possibly to avoid anti-Semitic persecution.
Despite their practice of blending with dominant groups in order to avoid persecution and because the Druze religion doesn't endorse separatist sentiments, urging the Druze to blend with the communities they reside in, nevertheless the Druze have had a history of brave resistance to occupying powers, and they have at times enjoyed more freedom than most other groups living in the Levant.
Self-exile is often depicted as a form of protest by the person that claims it, to avoid persecution or legal matters ( such as tax or criminal allegations ), an act of shame or repentance, or isolating oneself to be able to devote time to a particular thing.
* As the author saw it, at least some among them were being tempted to avoid severe persecution by " shrinking back " from the eschatalogical fulfillment of the true hope and faith of the Old Testament proclaimed by the apostolic witness to Jesus Christ.
All public officials were to swear an oath of loyalty to the monarch as the supreme governor or risk disqualification from office ; the heresy laws were repealed, to avoid a repeat of the persecution of dissenters practised by Mary.
Lykaion while in exile from the mid-440s BC until 427, where he built a house straddling the sacred region ( temenos ) of Zeus to avoid further persecution.
With the formation of five Central Asian republics under the USSR, many Tajiks were forced to sign themselves as Uzbek to avoid persecution in current Uzbekistan.
* In order to avoid Septimus Severus ' persecution of Christians, Clement of Alexandria seeks refuge with Alexander in Cappadocia.
Although she moved from Germany to the Netherlands to avoid Nazi persecution, in 1942 she was arrested and sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp, where she died in the gas chamber.
Initially, some Hmong groups staged attacks against Pathet Lao and Vietnamese troops while others remained in hiding to avoid military retaliation and persecution.
" Eshaghian's documentary, Be Like Others, chronicles a number of stories of Iranian gay men who feel transitioning is the only way to avoid further persecution, jail and / or execution.
After the Red Army victory in the Russian Civil War, many Kuban Cossacks, fled the country to avoid persecution from the Bolsheviks.
Many men in Uvalde County fought for the Confederacy, while some Unionists fled to Mexico to avoid persecution.
The town was formerly known as Kiel until World War I, when residents changed the name to Loyal to avoid anti-German persecution.
Until 1924, the government continued to pay stipends to Manchu bannermen ; however, many cut their links with their banners and took on Han-style names in shame and to avoid persecution.
In the late 3rd century, to avoid persecution, its authoritative decisions were issued under the name of Beth HaMidrash.
In 1952 Strauss published Persecution and the Art of Writing, commonly understood to advance the argument that some philosophers write in such a way as to avoid persecution by political or religious authorities.
* Friedrich Schiller leaves Stuttgart for Weimar to avoid persecution.
To avoid religious persecution his parents came to England while he was a child, and for some years he studied at Caius College, Cambridge, after which he went to Leiden, where he graduated with an M. A.
In 1998, Zardad fled to Britain using a false passport to avoid persecution under the ruling Taliban, and requested asylum.
Throughout this period Patriarch Justinian was careful to say the right things and avoid giving offence to the government ; indeed the hierarchy claimed the arrests were not due religious persecution.
He joined the Separatist movement and travelled from England to Holland to avoid religious persecution under James I.
After 13 years of prophethood, the Muslim community of Makkah made Hijrah / emigrated to the city of Yathrib, which subsequently became known as Madinah, to avoid their often murderous persecution by the pagans of Makkah.
Lomax went to Spain in 1952-3 to avoid persecution as a Communist and found some hostility from Spanish researchers, then in a period of great political upheaval.

avoid and from
We must avoid the notion, suggested to some people by examples such as those just mentioned, that ideas are `` units '' in some way comparable to coins or counters that can be passed intact from one group of people to another or even, for that matter, from one individual to another.
It would challenge sharply not the cult of the motor car itself but some of its ancillary beliefs and practices -- for instance, the doctrine that the fulfillment of life consists in proceeding from hither to yon, not for any advantage to be gained by arrival but merely to avoid the cardinal sin of stasis, or, as it is generally termed, staying put.
There was no place to sit, but Watson walked slowly from the ladder to the window slits and back, stooping slightly to avoid striking his head on the heavy beams.
The provisions are also designed to avoid disruption in State programs already in operation, which might otherwise result from the allotment of funds on the basis of wealth and population alone.
Extreme caution should be used, however, to avoid the conflicting usage of an index word or electronic switch which may result from the assignment of more than one name or function to the same address.
This may cause false positive reactions but an individual suffering from anxiety may also avoid real threats.
Rousseau believed that young boys should avoid formal schooling and pursue instead an “ education direct from nature .” Ampère ’ s father actualized this ideal by allowing his son to educate himself within the walls of his well-stocked library.
One legacy not drawn from the Group was anonymity, which came about due to AA wishing to avoid the publicity-seeking practices of the Oxford Group and to not promote, Wilson said, " erratic public characters who through broken anonymity might get drunk and destroy confidence in us.
Drawing lessons from this failure, Massoud decided to avoid conventional confrontation with larger and better armed government troops and to instead wage a guerrilla war.
Oncoproteins E6 and E7 still leave p53 inactive, but they are not able to avoid the activation of caspases induced from the stress of viral infection.
Self-propelled howitzers are permanently mounted on a carriage or vehicle with room for the crew and ammunition and are thus capable of moving quickly from one firing position to another, both to support the fluid nature of modern combat and to avoid counter-battery fire.
There are also mortar carrier vehicles, many of which allow the mortar to be removed from the vehicle and be used dismounted, potentially in terrain in which the vehicle cannot navigate, or in order to avoid detection.
They will try and hide their problem from others, and will avoid gross intoxication.
He changed his surname from Einstein ( to avoid confusion with the famous physicist ) and began a comedy career that quickly made him a regular on variety and talk shows during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
It was known as Anderson Station until the post office was established in November 1855 and the government changed the name of the station from “ Anderson ” to “ Andersonville ” in order to avoid confusion with the post office in Anderson, South Carolina.
Instead of reviewing music videos, they reviewed ( custom-made ) pages from other Marvel Comics — in one with Ghost Rider, Beavis tries to avoid using the word " fire " to describe the character's fiery skull.
The Brazilian foreign policy under the Lula da Silva administration had been focused on the following directives: to contribute toward the search for greater equilibrium and attenuate unilateralism ; to strengthen bilateral and multilateral relations in order to increase the country's weight in political and economic negotiations on an international level ; to deepen relations so as to benefit from greater economical, financial, technological and cultural interchange ; to avoid agreements that could jeopardize development in the long term.
To avoid the ambiguity of the term British, and to more emphatically associate the team's identity with both the United Kingdom and Ireland, from the 2001 tour of Australia the name British and Irish Lions has been used.
Due to the long radio aerials stretching from the wireless room, the radio station was moved from Bletchley Park to nearby Whaddon Hall to avoid drawing attention to the site.
Michael Giltz of Entertainment Weekly gave the book a " C -", feeling that " only hardcore fans will be satisfied by this tale " and saying that Jeter's " habit of echoing dialogue and scenes from the film is annoying and begs comparisons he would do well to avoid.
Gibson toned down the film's battle scenes to avoid an NC-17 rating from the MPAA, with the final version being rated R for " brutal medieval warfare.
Their preferred tactic was to avoid an open field battle, and to fight from the cover of a huge fortified camp.
The man then directs his ejaculate ( semen ) away from his partner's vagina in an effort to avoid insemination.

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