guide away from

guide someone away from someone or something

 and guide someone away
to lead or escort someone away from someone, something, or some place. (Usually said of someone who requires help or guidance.) A police officer guided the children away from the busy street. Please guide away those people before they bump into your grandmother.
See also: away, guide
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Publishers expect to increase circulation from 50,000 to 300,000 by giving the London version of the guide away from this autumn.
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Brush natural white polish on the nail tip and allow to dry thoroughly, then gently lift guide away from nail.
uk Bangor''s new bishop, the Rt Rev Cledan Mears, pictured in January 1983 knocking the Cathedral door to seek admission, as part of the bishop''s enthronement ceremony The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Cardiff (the Most Rev Joseph McGrath) speaks at the Pontifical High Mass held in the ruins of Valle Crucis Abbey, Llangollen Author Geoffrey Gerard pictured in December 1989, had just had the fourth edition of his good retreats guide Away From It All published St Cybi''s Parish Church choir, Holyhead in 1982, with their choirmaster Stephen Jandrell, sent in by K Griffiths of Holyhead Above: Llanfihangel-y-Pennant church pictured in December 1975.