- v. present participle of circumvent.
“They'd been on-site since the beginning actively involved in circumventing the regulations, so that's a moot point.”
“Hopefully I've been successful in circumventing work's web filters and you get this comment ....”
“The court relied on two expert witnesses and said that since a Norwegian hacker succeeded in circumventing CSS protection used in DVDs in 1999, end-users have been able to get with ease tens of similar circumventing software from the Internet even free of charge.”
“While a group of hackers has an interest in circumventing security, they also will share their findings and provide a valuable resource in keeping elections transparent.”
“Already, the plaintiffs are crying foul but the few opinions so far expressed indicate that what they are doing in circumventing the court order passes legal muster.”
“He’s obviously interested in circumventing their security and trying to make a name for himself.”
“I rather relish the notion of circumventing my mother and that ogress, old Horsfall.”
“Dennison was delighted with the notion of circumventing the Sheriff, and readily fell into all the plans which Lance presented.”
“The officers then, in order to save time, separated into two parties, pursuing opposite circuits, and arranging to meet at that point of the ramparts which was immediately in the rear, and overlooking the centre of the semicircular sweep of wild forest we have described as circumventing the fort.”
“After "circumventing" the handshake requirement, the phone -- like virtually any modern piece of electronics -- runs software installed on its internal chip.”
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