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workaround

(wŭrk′ă-rownd″)
A temporary, improvised solution to a problem that may relieve the obstacle but circumvents rather than repairs it.
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7509, which contained two workarounds using the charitable contribution approach.
Lawyers for the California-based company said there is no suggestion that the Safari Workaround resulted in any information being disclosed to third parties.
Seemingly the real shortcoming has been that once the workaround was socialized, vendors just shrugged and moved on.
5 Solution versus workarounds: There's a difference between a solution and a workaround.
The federal government had created a workaround that required employers to submit a form stating that they have religious objections, but the plaintiffs asserted that the process itself was a violation of their religious freedom.
Sara Imershein said the decision was a disappointment because it requires the courts to sort out a workaround to the contraception mandate when the government has already put one in place.
"An initial workaround to the software issue was put in place yesterday.
Others suggest that Apple's workaround amounts to restoring devices
One example of such a workaround: a life insurance policy to cover estate taxes when one partner dies.
How about the Lawless Workaround? Eyes on the SO after much debate, Super League has finally bitten the bullet on the Marquee Player Allowance.
Patrick said the website and ongoing supplemental workaround efforts have allowed 130,000 people to re-enroll in MassHealth plans and another 30,000 to secure subsidized insurance plans through the state's Health Connector.