obviation


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the act of preventing something by anticipating and disposing of it effectively

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The combined effects of organized crime in the economic field are inflation, inequitable distribution of income, obviation of free markets and economic regulations [20].
The book starts ambitiously, promising explorations of meanings created in a dialogical relation between embodied experience and symbolic representation, or more precisely, between phenomenology of dwelling (following Martin Heidegger) and the process of obviation between a microcosm of conventional points of reference ('codings') and a macrocosm of perceptual images (following Roy Wagner).
Only with that knowledge can the reader appreciate the implications of government choices, the rise and fall of prominent clerics and politicians, and the clerical obviation of the reform movements--all of which the author underscores in the book's chapters.
2) The interplay between the direct/inverse opposition in transitive clauses and obviation status on the one hand and nominal hierarchies on the other has attracted sustained attention of both Algonquian studies and the typological literature.
A further challenge then concerns the treatment of the observed asymmetry as an obviation of an operation whose function can be seen as a derivative decomposed into further primitives; this would also imply that the postulation of a [+wh]-feature on T is possibly redundant and that the wh-criterion itself is not valid as a representational requirement.
will finally turn to a deconstructive interpretation of the notion of the archive, and the necessity of a complex relation to it that requires not only its close reading and attention, but a specific and problematic mode of its obviation and forgetting.
The obviation of the label requirement results in a potential simplification of the assay system so that it can also be regarded as self-performing.
Many of the stations are observatories known as CORKs, a tortured acronym for "circulation obviation retrofit kit," which essentially means a deep hole in the seafloor plugged at the top to keep seawater out.
Scientists hope that data collected from these subseafloor observatories (known as CORKs, or Circulation Obviation Retrofit Kits), along with studies of rock and sediment samples collected during the expedition, will help to shed light on the role tiny subseafloor microbes play in shaping Earth's oceans and crust.
Apart from this, these clauses also show some mechanisms, such as the existence of an element that behaves similarly to an English relative pronoun, and a suffix in the dependent verb that provides information that agrees with the person, number, animacy, obviation, and the syntactic function of the antecedent, to show their dependency in relation to the main clause.
The utility of frozen section analysis (FSA) in intraoperative surgical management, especially obviation of unnecessary radical surgery, has never been properly investigated.
This obviation, however, is rarely complete, and the need to supplement the surrogate with the sponsor's own military forces must be factored into the equation.
over time has been the gradual dilution or obviation of restrictions
Circulation Obviation Retrofit Kits (CORKs) at mid-plate ODP 1026-7 boreholes will be monitoring real-time changes in crustal temperature and pressure, in response to earthquakes, hydrothermal convection or plate strain.
de Grey, this damage "constitutes mammalian aging, and my work seeks to design the interventions necessary for its repair and/or obviation.