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to prohibit from occurring by advance planning or action

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Saudi Arabia's rescue package and financial support commitment from China do not obviate the need for Pakistan's entry into International Monetary Fund (IMF) loan programme due to size of the funding gap, a brokerage said.
a negative MRI does not obviate the need for neurologic counseling and monitoring," the investigators wrote.
New Delhi: The government has directed that relatives applying for a person's death certificate will have to provide the dead person's Aadhaar number to prevent identity fraud or obviate the need for producing multiple documents to prove his or her identity.
In classical days, in order to obviate further disaster, it was the practice to pray and place a libation on the altar of the goddess Fortuna and that of the Unknown God.
OBVIATE is the next generation of the successful M-Secure browser already in use by many financial institutions as an alternative to hard security tokens and security point solutions.
A source in the embassy told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "what was reported by some media since yesterday about closing or obviate the need for the quadrilateral security center between Iraq, Russia, Syria and Iran for the exchange of security and intelligence information to fight terrorism is not true at all." He added, "The center works naturally for the exchange information to combat Daesh and other terrorist organizations," noting that "this news is incorrect and does not serve the interests of combating terrorism." It is mentioned that some media pointed to obviate the need for the quadrilateral security center and it will be closed.
"We are ready to obviate possible concerns over our nuclear activities and, of course, if the other side is pursuing a different agenda, it will be made disclosed to the public opinion," he added.
Akbar Torkan, the acting chief of the Supreme Council on Expatriate Affairs, said, "He has ordered studying the possibility of direct flights between Iran and the United States in order to obviate the problems facing visits home by Iranian expatriates."
SIPTU General President Jack O'Connor added: "In this Budget, here is a measure that has been announced [the 41% pension tax] and simply implementing it more rapidly would obviate the need for [many] cuts."
I was fascinated to read that some local people in Yarm feel that a 'return' to North Yorkshire and away from Stockton would somehow obviate housing developments in their patch (Planning row re-ignites 'move Yarm to North Yorkshire' campaign' (16.11.12).
However, to obviate this disappointment, the following month when Queen Elizabeth was making her annual visit to see her horses spelling with Charles Radclyffe at Lew, it was arranged that Her Majesty would present the trophy in a private ceremony outside the Radclyffes' front door, applauded by a crowd of five of us!
According to estimates by the CEL, this wind farm will avoid around 89,500 tons of CO2 being released to the environment and obviate the purchase of 183,500 barrels of fuel a year.
This will help to obviate conflict in future to the satisfaction of both residents and "travellers".
regulations, restore our financial stability and obviate the need for the excessive taxation being imposed for that purpose.
However, the revamped WPI may not obviate the need for a revamped and reliable CPI for the entire country in due course.