Traditionally, Indian writers have fought shy
of talking about themselves, and of the great classical writers of India like Kalidasa we know very little.
Nick Robinson finds out Why politicians, Who might once have fought shy
of tackling the issue for fear of being branded as racists, NOW appear to be competing to pledge to clamp DOWN.
Since Hannah's scintillating success her home town has not fought shy
of garlanding her with honours.
I, LIKE many, have envied the higher and more commanding driving position of rugged 4x4s but have fought shy
of running up the high fuel and tax bills many of them incur.
This is primarily because of the fact that parties have always fought shy
of giving enough tickets to Muslims.
Shadow Chancellor George Osborne has already admitted that his own party has "fought shy
of using the C-word" and agreed that all parties should be honest enough to admit there will have to be spending cuts whoever wins.
Unfortunately, the layers have fought shy
of providing total points prices.
She said employers sometimes fought shy
of tribunals unnecessarily, often because they were not confident they had the policies and procedures in place that are demanded by law.
Downing Street has always fought shy
of outlawing the practice,fearing the outraged headlines in the Daily Mail about the ``nanny state'' gone mad.
We have never fought shy
of recognising that there has been a decline in some areas of the Welsh-speaking heartlands.
The capital did come calling in the mid-70s, but instead of buying into pure talent, the then Radio 1 controller Johnny Beerling eventually fought shy
of hiring someone with a Brummie accent.
POLITICIANS have always fought shy
of introducing privacy laws because they can't see how to get round the obvious accusation that they are protecting themselves so they can sleep safely in someone else's bed.