It means warders fight shy of
challenging bad behaviour by prisoners in case they spark unrest.
"It is not something we intend to fight shy of
. Indeed, Yates Group is determined to tackle it head-on and explore ways in which we can continue to encourage our customers to drink and enjoy themselves in a responsible manner."
"As a society, we fight shy of
pondering on death, yet inherent in each of us is a deep desire, both for oneself and for those we love, for a `good' death.
If only we had not granted such an iconic status to unbeaten horses, owners and trainers would not fight shy of
risking their horses' reputations.
Normally teachers fight shy of
giving lessons on sexual health because they do not feel qualified enough to cover such sensitive topics.
It's curious that arguments for including music in the curriculum (raising IQ, improving social skills, even securing future audiences) so often seem to fight shy of
the most obvious benefit, that of fostering musicality for its own sake.
In particular they must not fight shy of
English,Scottish and Irish counterparts, said Don Thomas,Chairman of Welsh Lamb & Beef Promotions.
And while some handlers fight shy of
peaking out their Guineas candidates, the door is opened for savvy operators like John Dunlop to land comfortable Group 3 successes with horses who might come up short of Classic standard.
More prone than women to ignore danger signs, they also fight shy of
going to the doctor even when their health begins to fail.
Last night, Yates Group's Mark Jones said: "It is not something we intend to fight shy of
The Rexton is a five-door sports utility vehicle (SUV) that is equally happy around urban streets or cruising along motorways, yet won't fight shy of
mud- plugging or use as a genuine work-horse.
Sheikh Mohammed proved with the ill-fated Evry experiment that he does not fight shy of
Altering the hue of your hair is one of the best ways there is of changing your image - but many people fight shy of
making such a step because they're not sure if it will suit them.