eschew \es-CHOO\, transitive verb:
- To shun; to avoid (as something wrong or distasteful).
Eschew comes from Old French eschiver, ultimately of Germanic origin, scheuchen.
- The act of pausing, freezing up, dreading, or avoiding the viewing of a E-mail, text message, or voice mail that you fear might be bad, negetive, or of major importance for you.
- Fretting about any message you recieve of major importance to you.
Hey, Mike I just got a message from that girl I met last night, I have message anxiety about it open it for me.
- A girl who kisses other girls in bars and clubs, usually for attention and the approval of men.
A BISEXUAL girl kisses girls at home when no ones looking.
A BARSEXUAL girl only kisses them in places that charge a cover.
- "Give me liberty or give me death": in Richmond, Virginia, Patrick Henry demanded freedom from England for the colonies (1775)
- Pakistan: became the first Islamic republic (1956)
- Strategic Defense Initiative: President Ronald Reagan announced a plan to protect the US from nuclear missiles, quickly dubbed "Star Wars"; the program is now called the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (1983)
- Mir: the Russian space station ended 15 years of orbit, disintegrating and falling into the South Pacific ocean (2001)
- Erich Fromm 1900 - German-American psychologist and humanistic philosopher
- Richard Grieco 1965 - Actor
- Hope Davis 1964 - Actress
- Marti Pellow 1966 - Musician (Wet, Wet, Wet)
- Marin Hinkle 1966 - Actress ("Two and a Half Men", "Once and Again")