How to use Bypassing in a sentence

bypassing
  • Bromic acid is obtained by the addition of the calculated amount of sulphuric acid (previously diluted with water) to the barium salt; by the action of bromine on the silver salt, in the presence of water, 5AgBrO, 3Br 2 3H 2 O = 5AgBr 6HBrO 3, or bypassing chlorine through asolution of bromine in water.

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  • Spammers are now publishing their own SPF records to help themselves appear more legit and to increase chances of bypassing any existing filters.

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  • Wootton Creek therefore acts as a partial sediment sink, intercepting some of the eastward littoral drift, but allowing bypassing of the majority.

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  • Bypassing one of Europe's most congested motorways - where does the M6 toll run?

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  • We have seen many maps showing how oil could be obtained from central Asia or Russia, bypassing the Arabian peninsula.

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  • Now some clever so-and-so 's have figured out a way of opening pop-ups by using Flash, and bypassing Firefox's pop-up blocker.

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  • Full Story... Hopes of bypassing supermarket Titans WHAT have supermarkets done for us?

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  • New Labor intends to grant ministers the power to rewrite existing laws and create new laws, bypassing the elected representatives in parliament.

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  • Now some clever so-and-so 's have figured out a way of opening pop-ups by using Flash, and bypassing Firefox 's pop-up blocker.

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  • Full Story... Hopes of bypassing supermarket titans WHAT have supermarkets done for us?

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  • One benefit of carpooling is bypassing the traffic by using the carpool lane.

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  • The city was being hurt by the new interstate bypassing it, so the council worked on plans to bring a resurgence of visitors.

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  • Fast Forward option allows one team to skip ahead to the checkpoint, bypassing remaining tasks in that leg of the race.

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  • Sales representatives, called advisors, go directly to the end users, bypassing the middlemen to bring beautiful lia sophia jewelry to those who will wear it.

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  • When the valve is opened at night, air flows directly into the trachea, bypassing any blockages in the upper airway.

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  • It will help you bypassing armor and parrying.

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  • In late 2008, Sony issued a firmware update for the PSP that allowed the handheld to connect directly to the PlayStation Network and PlayStation Store, effectively bypassing the need to use the PS3 as an intermediary.

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  • Not only is it cheaper to buy these swim shorts separately, you can save additional money by bypassing the coordinating top and just substituting a tank or a swim top that your child already owns.

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  • They’ll add a service charge on top of the cost of the part, so you’re better off bypassing the repair shop and ordering direct from Sears.

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  • VoIP offers the ability to make free phones calls over the Internet bypassing your local phone company's long distance charges.

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  • Manufacturers won't be bypassing their networks of franchised dealers to sell new vehicles directly to customers anytime soon.

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  • You can make it easier for yourself, too, by bypassing the empty calories and avoiding diet pitfalls.

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  • One example is a political dissident at Erasparsa who provides step-by-step directions for bypassing the firewall set up by the government of Indonesia.

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