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Circumvent dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. To circumvent these risks, most.
2. Taiwan therefore had to circumvent this ban.
3. To circumvent the need for a lead time, we create.
4. Limit orders are a great way to circumvent your emotions.
5. Stallman possessed the ability to circumvent design barriers.
6. And how good it would feel to circumvent the Elusivers’ plans.
7. Minchin might be better able to detect it lurking and to circumvent it.

8. To circumvent this dependence, we must use the probability of default in a.
9. To lie, to deceive, to circumvent even the basest of mankind was odious to him.
10. And in order to circumvent the usual growth process, they would have to introduce.
11. As a matter of fact, the decision to circumvent the rules and enjoy materials obtained.
12. There is a basic law of justice in the universe which mercy is powerless to circumvent.
13. Whatever the shock of her appearance, he could not circumvent the logic that he loved her.
14. They believe the way to circumvent what they see as the impending doom is through death itself.
15. But with the Super Chip plugged in, I am able to circumvent all security in a matter of seconds.
16. With valiant effort she tried to circumvent her mother’s next question, by posing one of her own….
17. With his hundred or so dedicated band of assistants, a way to circumvent Data gathering had to be devised.
18. I find most interesting the conspiracy of life in the desert to circumvent the death rays of the all-conquering sun.
19. In the years he’d been supposedly under their supervision, he was learning how to circumvent their security systems.
20. They attempted to use legal maneuvers to circumvent the Fourteenth Amendment and obliterate the voting rights of black men.
21. Did you check with Intel Wing to see if they can circumvent that treaty? asked Calvin, even though he knew the odds were not great.
22. Money is being shifted around by someone, somewhere, who seems able to circumvent our supposedly impregnable security system, said Vaughan.
23. I have been known to circumvent Shark’s normal review process and ask him for something special and specific that I can then share with the desk.
24. Most were very happy to go along with this scheme because they were able to circumvent the lengthy legal processes involved in conventional adoptions.
25. Paul, his mind struck by Ingrid’s verdict, thought furiously about how to circumvent that problem, eating absent-mindedly during the rest of the meal.
26. Designed to alert us to danger, spur us into action and not just incidentally to put us into reproductive mode, we circumvent them at every opportunity.
27. Nixon also says that he will circumvent the chain of command, which by law runs from the president to the secretary of defense and to the military commanders.
28. It was such a small and harmless looking thing, yet Ackers knew that whoever held that Chip had the power to circumvent the world’s technological safeguards.
29. He also mentioned there was tremendous urgency in getting the license and asked if I could circumvent the system a bit to get the application quickly approved.
30. On Sundays he had always been restless until he found some occupation that was not forbidden, and on holidays he had done all he could to circumvent the rules.
31. Grown men and women, intellects, have resorted to alien life and multi-verses and non-existent reality, all in a desperate attempt to circumvent the Creator.
32. However, he explained that the Israeli Banks circumvent earning interest on the lending of money or borrowing funds by calling the higher repayment a late payment.
33. The same is true of prosecuting attorneys, who frequently refuse to prosecute, and, instead of prosecuting, circumvent the law, defending those whom they should prosecute.
34. Each article can stand alone for those who wish to join in the core but the articles together serve as a guide to circumvent even the most complex conditions to attract the ideal mate.
35. But when he replayed the sensor recording there was nothing visual or on any other frequency, although he could surmise they’d be able to circumvent the sensors by creating a temporal bubble.
36. Slowly he realizes his mistake of trying to circumvent your authority by outright giving to the humans that which they have not yet earned—that which they must earn—the right to sit with you.
37. Pilots do the same thing thousands and thousands of times in their lives, but they still go through the physical checklist to eliminate what could be a catastrophic error if they try to circumvent it.
38. And in what must be the height of hypocrisy, Islam frowns upon adultery and punishes the involved with savagery! And, sadly, it is those Musalmans without moolah to circumvent the sharia that have to face the harsh music of Islam.
39. Even Bitemecoin ties you into the economic grid, since it functions as a tradable commodity and thus creates artificial profit as a currency exchange, and any attempt to escape or circumvent the grid can be considered economic terrorism.
40. Though Providence has lent to those who inhabit the woods eyes that would be needless to men in the settlements, where there are inventions to assist the sight, yet no human organs can see all the dangers which at this moment circumvent us.
41. We haven’t taken money from the accounts of complete strangers, although I am quite sure we could if we tried, but we are determined not to profit directly from this potential fraud, but only from the development of security measures that can prevent it or circumvent it.
42. We will remind her that there is an ancient quarrel between poetry and philosophy, of which there are many traces in the writings of the poets, such as the saying of 'the she-dog, yelping at her mistress,' and 'the philosophers who are ready to circumvent Zeus,' and 'the philosophers who are paupers.
43. Your telegram has upset me, you see, into a reckless use of the word one, a word I spend hours sometimes endeavouring to circumvent, and which I do circumvent if I am in good bodily and spiritual health, but the moment my vitality is lowered, as it is now by your telegram, I cease to be either strong enough or artful enough to dodge it.
44. With your permission, there is only one thing I would change, because this is a religious affair I think it would be more apt if a god was to present it to the people and priests, I feel this might deflect some of the priests anger away from the family, it would also circumvent the obvious charge that a layman cannot dictate to the most holy representatives of the gods and lastly it would give me great pleasure to watch the arrogant self centred smirks wiped from their faces.
1. But, circumventing the TRAI recommen-.
2. Suspiciously she paused, hoping to flush additional information from his circumventing words.
3. It’s actually ten times faster, and has built in power for circumventing other computer bottlenecks.
4. She disliked so much to be alone that thinking aloud was one of her devices for circumventing unwelcome solitude.
5. Otherwise, such (political) pardons constitute a circumventing of law enforcement efforts and judicial due process.
6. No one should have the chance to profit by circumventing the law or due processes of business propriety and transparency.
7. Reiterating the jumbling mass of ministry people to adopt new sound practices in a matter of days was just as inconceivable as totally circumventing the antiquated ministry machine in whole.
8. Within, he hid fresh fruits, meats and vegetables, circumventing a US Department of Agriculture mandate that his coffers be emptied prior to arrival to avoid carrying potentially harmful pests into the country.
9. He therefore held his peace on that head, but otherwise was quite frank and confidential with him, so that the two quickly concocted a little plan for both circumventing and satirizing the Captain, without his at all dreaming of distrusting their sincerity.
10. But that she may not impute to us any harshness or want of politeness, let us tell her that there is an ancient quarrel between philosophy and poetry; of which there are many proofs, such as the saying of 'the yelping hound howling at her lord,' or of one 'mighty in the vain talk of fools,' and 'the mob of sages circumventing Zeus,' and the 'subtle thinkers who are beggars after all'; and there are innumerable other signs of ancient enmity between them.
11. Modern Society is in the throes of a revolutionary Revolt of Conscience; the solitary by-product of moral and intellectual parochialism that is gradually revealing itself in the vested self-interest(s) and manners of unbridled Individualism that has undermined equalitarian idealism, that once defined the national culture, by rendering every individual the sole arbiter of his or her own conscience and ensuing choices without giving proper pause to how such choices may otherwise impact, for better or for worse, other individuals or to a transcendent authority that each must (inevitably) be held accountable; that is to say, whose (social) consequences existing outside the provincial boundaries of that individual‘s (own) estate are no longer limited by (moral) restraint or prescribed rules of moral and ethical conduct but conditioned rather by circumventing designs contrary to the proportionate interests of a well-ordered society.
1. But the question cannot be circumvented.
2. Except this process had somehow been circumvented.
3. But somehow he had circumvented the safety cut-offs.
4. He just sort of circumvented protocol, which isn’t like him.
5. The ‘worldwide jihad’ that was ongoing, had successfully circumvented all attempts at discovery.
6. Blessed by Skhanda, Surya circumvented the Bhuta-Gana’s brigade and descended into the depths of Patala.
7. The orbital grid was still intact; but as with the enemy, these could be circumvented using cloaking shrouds.
8. But this could be circumvented by not looking at him; she could be altogether natural when she simply listened to his kind voice.
9. For the Pureblood, the only true solution, the only permanent escape from the Void was to create the living death and thus they circumvented the problem altogether.
10. As long as the conscious mind can be fooled into thinking that your actions don’t actually injure or use direct force on another, the Instinct can be circumvented.
11. They were in possession of other indications; they laid hand on the three prowlers, and supposed that they had circumvented some one or other of Brujon's machinations.
12. The inconveniences can be circumvented by having the broker keep the holdings in a ‘nominee’ account (see page 139) or by having them registered in Crest, the Stock Exchange’s electronic registry of share holdings.
13. Practical knowledge, and that sagacity which results from long attention to great interests, never fail to inspire a just self-confidence in relation to those interests—a confidence not to be browbeaten by authority, nor circumvented by any general reasoning.
14. In an instant I had whisked into my hat, and hurrying downstairs to the Professor who was strolling up and down a rose-bordered path in the garden at the back of the house, informed him breathlessly that the Harvey-Brownes might now be looked upon as circumvented.
15. With Michael Henderson his target, Edgar couldn’t order a back-up team of the OIJ, but that problem could be circumvented by requesting the assistance of customs officers and airport police who reported, not to the OIJ, but to Port Authority headquarters in far-off Limon.
16. There was nothing for it but to hurry down after him and seek out the authorities and set them in pursuit; and so we hurried as much as can be hurried over such a road, tired, silent, and hungry, and both secretly nettled to the point of madness at having been so easily circumvented by one small boy.
17. True she had not as yet made a nearer acquaintance with its inconveniences, but anyhow she held the theory that inconveniences were things to be laughed at and somehow circumvented, and that they do not enter into the consideration of persons whose thoughts are absorbed by the burning desire to live out their ideals.
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