Shun

  • (verb): Avoid and stay away from deliberately; stay clear of.
    Synonyms: eschew
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Shun Lee Estate
... Shun Lee Estate (Chinese 順利邨) is the earliest public housing estate in Sze Shun area ...
Shun Morishita
... Shun Morishita (森下 俊, Shun Morishita?, born 11 May 1986 in Ise, Mie) is a Japanese football player currently playing for Yokohama F.C. ...
List Of Kamen Rider Decade Characters - Cameo Appearances - Shun Kageyama
... Shun Kageyama (影山 瞬, Kageyama Shun?) is a young man who transformed into Kamen Rider PunchHopper (仮面ライダーパンチホッパー, Kamen Raidā Panchi Hoppā?) ... 眞人, Uchiyama Masato?) reprises his role as Shun Kageyama from Kamen Rider Kabuto, voicing PunchHopper ...
Shun Yashiro
... Shun Yashiro (八代駿, Yashiro Shun?, born Motohiro Suzuki (鈴木 基弘, Suzuki Motohiro?), February 19, 1933 – June 25, 2003) was a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tsuyama ... Tetsuya?), Kazuo Yashiro (矢代 和雄, Yashiro Kazuo?), and Shun Yashiro (矢代 駿, Yashiro Shun?) ...
List Of Water Margin Minor Characters - Zhang Shun's Story
... Further information Zhang Shun Zhang Wang (traditional Chinese 張旺 simplified Chinese 张旺) is a pirate who robs Zhang Shun while the latter is on a journey to find An Daoquan to cure Song Jiang ... Zhang Wang ties up Zhang Shun and throws him into the river, but Zhang Shun manages to break his bonds and swim away ... On the return journey, Zhang Shun encounters Zhang Wang again and he takes his revenge by tying up Zhang Wang and throwing him into the river ...

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Famous quotes containing the word shun:

    O, that way madness lies; let me shun that!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Let us shun self-analyzation, self-consciousness, morbidness, affectation, attitudinizing. Let us look ahead as little as possible, keeping our eyes on our brushes and on the world of beauty around us.
    Mariana Griswold Van Rensselaer (1851–1934)

    Eschew the monumental. Shun the Epic. All the guys who can paint great big pictures can paint great small ones.
    Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961)