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“Gaby tells us about his work-around, which is to take his stuff down to a larger street in the early morning of any weekday, because on that street the collectors come by “some days, for certain.””
“But there is a work-around for those willing to use guile.”
“One example was the "speak2tweet" work-around designed by Google engineers for Egyptians in the wake of a Twitter shutdown.”
“The bank guys went on to tell me that the Mexican work-around for this is to have each family member, including the family dog, open an account and distribute the deposits to avoid the taxes.”
“He confirmed there is no work-around yet that they know of; although he did suggest researching by using only new windows, not tabs.”
“I knew then and know now that at some point we'll have to figure out the easiest way for us to legally unload it either back in the States or down here if a legal work-around can be found.”
“I would suggest that all of us in Rex's position be sure and check with Social Security so a work-around can be arranged.”
“So he borrowed the data to provide a work-around way.”
““He was an intern, and he just wanted to find a work-around to speed up the process,” says Wang.”
“Sounds hard, obviously we need some kind of work-around.”
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