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  • noun

Synonyms for circumvention

the act, an instance, or a means of avoiding

Words related to circumvention

the act of evading by going around

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20 square meters in the context of the completion of the circumvention of Puy-en-Velay (RN 88)
These rising honey exports from Taiwan parallel a rise in its honey imports from Thailand, suggesting a possible circumvention route of Chinese honey through Thailand to Taiwan.
Treasury UnderSecretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence David Cohen affirmed that "our sanctions on Iran's oil sales are a critically important component of maintaining pressure on the Iranian Government, and we will not allow Iran to relieve that pressure through evasion and circumvention.
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Department of Commerce issued its final determination regarding circumvention of the antidumping duty order on Small Diameter Graphite Electrodes from China.
The controls determined cases of circumvention of the law given that some employers included in their employees' salaries also their food and travel allowances.
Dissidents use circumvention software to route around these blocks.
Customs and Border Protection the authority to investigate allegations of circumvention of antidumping ("AD") and countervailing duty ("CVD") orders, and to assess duties when evasion is found to have occurred.
The State Bank said the non-compliance and circumvention of these instructions should be dealt in accordance with the relevant provisions of Banking Companies Ordinance 1962.
Phone-owners may now legally break through copyright protection on their mobile phones when circumvention is for "enabling interoperability" of software applications.
That said, the Copyright Office made it clear that these uses are very limited, and must be for purposes of "criticism or comment," and the maker of the new work must show that the circumvention is "necessary" to make the video work, saying "where alternatives to circumvention can be used to achieve the noninfringing purpose, such noncircumventing alternatives should be used.
Under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), overcoming technical measures aimed at restricting access to copyrighted material triggers statutory damages of up to $2,500 "per act of circumvention" and, if the circumvention is deemed to have a commercial purpose, a prison sentence of up to five years.
Circumvention and anti-circumvention measures; the impact on anti-dumping practice in international trade.
While the division may shift over time, it should not be dishonored by allowing circumvention from executives who want to try to get around it in search of a friendlier audience.
Lampooning films is a precarious business at the best of times, relying on a savvy selection of source material and clever circumvention of our expectations.