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  • v. Present participle of bypass.


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  • There is a lot of extra driving involved in bypassing Monclova by going to Laredo and driving to Saltillo through Monterrey.

    Best way to bypass (avoid) Monclova

  • The obvious reason is that there are powerful industry and political players that are stifling that line of question, because they are hip deep (and joined at the hip) in bypassing regulations.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Now that the Government has Proved as Incompetent

  • Worst move: If those who compare Reggie Bush to legendary Gale Sayers are correct, the Texans made a terrible mistake in bypassing Bush for Williams. - Draft bits: Record 19 defenders go in first round

  • Embryos rescued from the freezer (or the uterus of a woman wanting an abortion/facing death herself) could be artifically grown to term bypassing surrogacy entirely.

    The difficult issue of embryonic adoption

  • It's an exciting tribute to a new kind of journalism, what Markos Moulitsas, the founder of Daily Kos, has called bypassing, crushing and influencing the gatekeepers.

    Laura Carlsen: Debuting Activism at the Democratic Convention

  • Brett, you have yet to carry your claims that Congressional passage of statutes such as as the MCA or the Civil Rights Act of 1964 constitute what you, in metaphor, characterize as bypassing the teller.


  • In private testimony that is being released this afternoon by the commitee, Alberto Gonzales's former Chief of Staff Kyle Sampson told investigators that Gonzales himself initially resisted the idea of bypassing the Senators from Arkansas to install Karl Rove protege Tim Griffin as U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas.

    Monica Goodling Testimony - Swampland -

  • But consumer advocate and one-time presidential candidate Ralph Nader called bypassing Warren "an act of political cowardliness by President Obama." Chronicle

  • Can you imagine what would have happened if a Manchester United player had acted as Kevin Pietersen has in the past week, namely bypassing Sir Alex Ferguson and complaining about him to a senior club official and then making his dissatisfaction apparent to the media?

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • You've probably read about the idea of bypassing a House-Senate conference on the Health Insurance Premium Assistance Bill so that President Obama can tout it in his State of the Union address. apparently, House liberals are not pleased with the notion:



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