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Still, DHS has shied away from publicizing these homegrown threats despite such compelling data.
Paul has mostly talked about religious liberty, and Christie has shied away from the issue almost altogether.The Santorum Slot: Desperately Seeking Social Conservatives|David Freedlander|August 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
After his shocking split from the white-power movement he was born into, 24-year-old Derek Black shied away from the media.
“Investors who are seeking a positive return on their funds have shied away from bond markets,” the council said.
Most Democrats have long shied away from the gun-control issue as political poison.President Obama Faces Gun Control Dilemma After Connecticut School Shootings|Howard Kurtz|December 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Several times she had startled antelope, and once her horse had shied at a rattlesnake coiled in the sunshine.Mystery Ranch|Arthur Chapman
Long grass bordered the road on either side, and Barrington's horse suddenly shied and became restive.The Light That Lures|Percy Brebner
Jack suddenly threw up his meditative head, shied, and stood upon his hind-legs.
His appearance was so startling that the colt shied, and in less than five seconds we were all piled in the ditch.The Red Cow and Her Friends|Peter McArthur
But it struck Farnsworth, as he said afterward, that the boy "shied" a little.The Calico Cat|Charles Miner Thompson