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  • adj. Capable of being bypassed.


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  • Tell the wider community not that it won't work or it is bypassable but that for the millions or 100 of millions that it will cost, it won't stop the things those that are okay with a bit of censorship (or want lots of it) want blocked anyway (even before you get to the fact anyone can bypass it).

    IT lizards feast on the filter fish

  • The other success factor seems to be an easily-bypassable or nonexistent chain of command.

    Small vs. Large Businesses, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • One way to finance the subsidies that might be needed would be to complement the creation of competitive markets with the establishment of a public benefits fund generated by non-bypassable wire and pipe charges on electricity and on gas providers.

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  • Geographical impediments like mountains, deserts, swamps, thick forests, and raging rivers can be a serious impediment, but while immediately intimidating, they're all either technically manageable or bypassable.

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  • First, the HyperSafe program "has a technique called non-bypassable memory lockdown, which explicitly and reliably bars the introduction of new code by anyone other than the hypervisor administrator,"

    ACM TechNews

  • And the commission has been unwilling to permit a non-bypassable charge for standing ready to serve our customers when they return.

    Duke Energy Q3 2010 Earnings Call Transcript -- Seeking Alpha

  • There is an option for a bypassable powered Zone 2 set (i.e. you can power Zone 2 or it can be bypassed when seven channels are activated).

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  • Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game ive a reasonablly good machine which runs gta iv at ~24 fps on medium ... punk buster is buggy bypassable crap that does little more than use up ... that's just sad: - / en dan staan jongeren mét diploma ervan verst ...

    Fragland :: Everything

  • Decommissioning costs, which are recovered through non-bypassable customer rates as authorized by the CPUC, are recorded as a component of depreciation expense.

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  • In addition to the revenue increases, the companies will be able to collect FAC deferrals through a non-bypassable surcharge from 2012-2018.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper


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