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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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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).
Bush has been circumventing the United States Constitution ever since he was appointed to office by the U.
Although market interest should be required and paid on related party loans, under the current regulations, a below-market interest rate on an employee loan will not be a binding agreement and will not be a governing provision, unless entered into with a principal purpose of circumventing the SCOS requirement.
When the administration tells students that drinking is not permitted, the cadets hear from upperclassmen that there is a long tradition of delicately circumventing this particular rule; when the administration tells students that sexual assault is unacceptable, they hear from juniors and seniors that having sex with passed-out girls is actually okay.
The requirement aims at discouraging trawlers from circumventing halibut fishery management by bringing in this valuable species as a by-catch.
By circumventing the normal clinical trial and regulatory approval process, off-label prescribing and extemporaneous formulations add risk to pediatric prescribing.
However, the IRS has shown it has little patience for transactions designed with the primary purpose of circumventing these rules.
and flagrantly circumventing duties imposed as a result of damage to the U.
Regardless of whether RIM succeeds for a time in circumventing the implications of today's ruling, as they have publicly indicated in the past, I believe that RIM will -- at the end of the day -- be forced by our legal system to stop trampling on the rights of small technology developers.
The report said a ``pattern of actions'' involving ``senior management'' gave the board ``incomplete and misleading information and (proceeded) without board approval, circumventing existing internal controls and procedures and basic business ethics.
Sima and Interburn make and sell DVD-copying products capable of circumventing Macrovision's patented Analog Copy Protection ("ACP") process without license or authorization from Macrovision.
The Inn has developed a rate especially for those who prefer the beach to the Broadway local, tennis to tussling with security guards, and antiquing, rather than circumventing the antics of demonstrators.
District Court for the Southern District of New York, contending that 321 Studios' "Games X Copy" software is illegal because it violates the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) by circumventing the technological protection measures used by entertainment software publishers to prevent game piracy.
Bustamante would use campaign funds transfer loopholes that the Kennedy campaign sees as circumventing the will of the people to limit campaign donations from big money donors.
This has little to do with SARS and a lot to do with Northwest's desire to cut costs by circumventing its contract obligations.