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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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While 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 considered to be a binding agreement and so will not be a governing provision, unless entered into with a principal purpose of circumventing the one-class-of-stock requirement.
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.
com) provided the real-time, high-performance video-stream delivery by circumventing problems of Internet congestion using CloneQuick(TM) -- a completely new and unique, intelligent, end-to-end content-delivery solution based on a master-server working in tandem with strategically located clone-servers.
It also provides high level credit card data encryption "beyond the merchant" all the way to the banks or financial firms which actually process credit cards for payment, thus circumventing the possible misuse of credit card data by unscrupulous merchants or their employees.
Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066, circumventing the constitutional safeguards of our country and leading to the mass evacuation and incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans, more than half were children.
Barr also said that the Commission unlawfully required "sham unbundling" - the recombining of individual network pieces by the incumbent telephone companies into a complete service, circumventing the resale provision of the Act.
An alternative to using leptin to treat obesity might therefore be to use a different molecule, such as AXOKINE or CNTF, to activate the same signaling pathways as leptin does, thereby circumventing leptin resistance.
be permanently barred from selling penny stocks and that five of its senior officials should be sanctioned for circumventing the penny stock rules.
In order to provide the necessary protection when thieves are circumventing these high-tech security measures, code hopping technology is required.
These penalties are preventive measures taken by the regulator, allowing the Latvian commercial banks to seriously reassess potential risks associated with violating or circumventing international sanctions requirements, to improve their AML/ CTF internal control systems and avoid any possibility of recurring of such situations in the future.
The precedential Shasta Linen decision and order found that California Insurance Company was circumventing regulatory oversight by imposing unfiled rates and terms on a small family owned business, including terms requiring the small business to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars more and to resolve any disputes with the insurer in the British Virgin Islands.
The senator, who received an allocation of P50 million for his pet projects in 2011 under DAP, said the definition has to be "well crafted" so Congress would not be perceived as circumventing the Supreme Court decision.
The suit claimed Google had been circumventing cookie-blocking software in order to gain knowledge for targeted advertising.
Participating in an event organised by an Indian daily in New Delhi, the Chief Minister said," I understand the need to be a little quiet about it, what I don't understand is the circumventing of the judicial process".