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Definition of Avoids

Avoid
Avoid A*void", v. i. 1. To retire; to withdraw. [Obs.] David avoided out of his presence. --1 Sam. xviii. 11. 2. (Law) To become void or vacant. [Obs.] --Ayliffe.

Meaning of Avoids from wikipedia

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- In quantum physics and quantum chemistry, an avoided crossing (sometimes called intended crossing, non-crossing or anticrossing) is the phenomenon where...
- avoid note is a scale degree which is considered especially dissonant relative to the harmony implied by the root chord, and is thus better avoided....
- The argument from inconsistent revelations is an argument that aims to show that one cannot choose one religion over another since their revelations are...
- of prototypes. Commercials that featured the character used the slogan "Avoid the Noid." The Noid's vocal effects were provided by Pons Maar. Most of...
- "A Must to Avoid" is a song written by P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri and performed by Herman's Hermits. It reached #1 in New Zealand, #3 in Canada, #4 in...
- Detect and avoid (DAA) is a set of technologies designed to avoid interference between a given emitter and the wireless environment. Its need was generated...
- How To Avoid The Sun (Korean: 태양을 피하는 방법), alternately referred to as Rain 2, is the second Korean-language studio album by South Korean pop and R&B singer...
- since T2 committed, this schedule is unrecoverable. Also "Avoiding Cascading Aborts (ACA)". Avoids that a single transaction abort leads to a series of transaction...
- A slacker is someone who habitually avoids work or lacks work ethic. According to different sources, the term slacker dates back to about 1790 or 1898...