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This ruling isn’t likely to obviate that plan – the city wants all kinds of projects in that area to be viable, not just density-unit projects.Politics Report: A Chip Off the Old Coastal Height Limit|Andrew Keatts and Scott Lewis|June 18, 2022|Voice of San Diego
No arguing there, but I actually felt more alive, more present wading in what felt like glacial melt that morning, when the hurt obviated everything but a scream that shifted into a smile.What Did I Learn from the Swampy Muck of the Florida Trail? That I’m a Kink Hiker.|Patty Hodapp|February 27, 2022|Outside Online
I realized, even with the station a little bit of a distance from my house, having that light rail would obviate the need for car ownership.A Maryland lawmaker on how not owning a car has shaped her ideas about transportation policy|Ian Duncan|November 18, 2021|Washington Post
I worry that animated versions of the past might give viewers the impression that they know exactly what happened—that the past is fully present to them—which will then obviate the need to learn more about the historical event.Deepfakes could help us relive history—or rewrite it|Nir Eisikovits/The Conversation|November 8, 2021|Popular-Science
It didn’t obviate my fear of one private organization having that power.Henry Kissinger’s Last Crusade: Stopping Dangerous AI|Belinda Luscombe|November 5, 2021|Time
But that does not obviate the U.S. from its statutory obligation to cancel its $1.3 billion aid to the Egyptian military.
Mofaz in the government doesn't obviate the enormous technical obstacles to an Israeli strike.
This is most obvious when expensive forms of trash are forced to backflip until they obviate their standard uses.
But this port (to obviate misunderstanding) is not on the Ocean lying eastward, but on that gulf which I have called French bay.
To obviate the necessity for 'legs,' a simple and efficient substitute is shown in the transverse section.Yachting Vol. 2|Various.
It is possible he may have the offer of an appointment in England, which would obviate the necessity of our returning to India.Robin Redbreast|Mary Louisa Molesworth
Human beings have little occasion to fear mineral starvation, and may obviate whatever danger there may be with a drink of milk.
Still, if rain came now, he might save enough to obviate the necessity of using Helen's money.The Girl From Keller's|Harold Bindloss