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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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"Sites that wish to deter meter circumvention have options such as reducing the number of free articles someone can view before logging in, requiring free registration to view any content, or hardening their paywalls.
I may let you get away now with what you've done, the circumvention of our statement a while ago.
It rightly terms the Chief Justice's instruction to make changes in the report prepared by the JIT in the case of fake bank accounts as the 'circumvention of the regular investigation and judicial processes'.
RIYADH, January 08, 2019, SPA -- Members of the Yemeni parliament have demanded the UN Secretary General's Special Envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths to take and declare a clear stance towards the Houthi circumvention of the Stockholm Agreement.
Both Dr Mahathir and the Bar's previously unsuccessful bids were predicated on constitutional articles that set a hard limit of 66 years of age for serving judges and their disagreement with the previous government's circumvention of this by appointing Raus and Zulkefli as additional judges.
As critics, including the public-interest stakeholders, noted at the time, this provision even criminalized circumvention of encryption in cases in which accessing or copying the work in question would not violate copyright, such as public domain works and fair use (Gillespie, 2007; Lessig, 2004; Litman, 2006).
"The action his administration did take in the wake of the ban--the disruption by his Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) of access to circumvention tools that Iranians are using to bypass the ban and maintain access to Telegram--suggests that Rohani's verbal support for Internet freedom is just that, only verbal," the report says.
Thompson, of Barnaby Avenue, Middlesbrough, admitted one count of selling and one count of advertising devices "designed, produced or adapted for the purpose of enabling or facilitating the circumvention of effective technological measures".
Chairman of the National Commission for Human Rights Justice(r) Ali Nawaz Chowhan has said that the subjugation of these people was a result of chicanery and circumvention of international law through a profound conspiracy, which began at the time of partition of India and Pakistan, says a press release.
It is a known fact that the subjugation of these people was a result of chicanery and circumvention of international law through a profound conspiracy, which began at the time of partition of India and Pakistan, says a press release.
CBE said in a statement on Monday that it had monitored some individuals who made large cash deposits in foreign currencies, and used them to import non-essential goods and products through companies, which is a circumvention of the controls.
On Saad Hariri's speech yesterday, the MP said it included a bit of circumvention, affirming that "the other political party wants a president yet adopts the candidature of no one!" Asked about communication between the Future bloc and the FPM, the MP replied by saying "there is nothing new in that respect." L.W.
Since the Supreme Court of Florida has consistently approved an ad hoc threshold test for contribution recusal, it has a duty to clean up this obvious method of circumvention.
This is known as competitive patent circumvention, which, if successfully conducted, does not lead to patent infringement and is not unlawful but may affect the medicine's quality, safety and/or efficacy.