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surround so as to force to give up

avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues)

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The Finance and Capital Market Commission has entered into administrative agreements with the three banks that most effectively enable the banks to ensure taking immediate measures, to timely identify transactions that led to the circumventing of international sanctions and to act in line with the procedures defined in laws and regulations.
According to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), now-dismissed suit originally stemmed from a February 2012 report from Stanford researcher Jonathan Mayer that said Google was circumventing Apple-made Safari's ad blocker.
Colonel Humaid Mohammed Humaid Al Yamahi, Director-General of Police Operations, said the Criminal Investigation Department was tipped off that a number of Asians were using a house as a telephone exchange for routing phone calls abroad at cheaper rates by fraudulently circumventing the system of Emirates Telecommunications Corporation (etisalat).
If the league thought it tied up all the loose cap circumventing ends, they were wrong.
George Bush is circumventing the Senate by appointing Bolton to a recess appointment.
South African President Thabo Mbeki regretted that the proposal would take "too long to get approval" and suggested circumventing the "consent of all the governments and parliaments around the world.
There is suspicion that Maryland is circumventing Title IX's purpose by conforming to the letter of the law but not its spirit.
The company's employee business expense reimbursement policy will not include any provisions that could have a principal purpose of circumventing the SCOS requirement (in particular, the policy will not alter the outstanding stock's distribution and liquidation rights under the corporation's governing provisions).
One month after circumventing Congress to install controversial Charles Pickering, a federal judge from Mississippi, on the fifth U.
In doing so, they are circumventing environmental standards," the secondary aluminum smelter says.
The intention of those involved was to circumvent the seemingly frivolous rule, and since cadet life is replete with such rules, cadets quickly become resourceful at circumventing them.
Or, by downloading an automated exploit, a novice attacker can appear to have the skills of an expert: Even information about circumventing firewalls and intrusion detection systems (IDS) can be found with the click of a button.
EMILY's List instead "bundles" individual contributions and forwards them directly to particular candidates, thereby circumventing that $5,000 limit.
At a minimum, we must prevent outside parties from circumventing parental notification and consent laws.
The requirement aims at discouraging trawlers from circumventing halibut fishery management by bringing in this valuable species as a by-catch.