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to prohibit from occurring by advance planning or action

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Circulation across the middle of the plan, previously blocked by the library, will be freed; long and tedious journeys round the perimeter will be obviated.
Here was a marvelous new `superglue' type of skin closure, which obviated the need for much suturing--especially in children.
amp;uot;This obviated some of the originally-envisioned challenges and opportunities that I joined the company to pursue,&uot; he said.
The ECT grant has been obviated by the sale of the technology.
We've obviated the need for IT involvement with BigEZ and put the course development where it should be, in the hands of the subject-matter experts.
As a result of this flotation, NGG has effectively obviated the need for any further, direct capital investments in Energis.
Both executives agreed that their willingness to pursue settlement through ongoing dialogue, obviated the necessity for a potentially lengthy and costly litigious process through the courts.
We have mutually decided to terminate the relationship because our acquisition of The Wollongong Group obviated our need for an OEM'd TCP/IP stack.