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work·a·round

 (wûrk′ə-round′)
n.
A method or process of dealing with a problem.

workaround

(ˈwɜːkəˌraʊnd)
n
(Computer Science) a method of circumventing or overcoming a problem in a computer program or system
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Workarounds include hiring support staff to manually install print drivers, building an in-house deployment tool, or buying additional software to manage print queue deployment.
According to the report, pilots were "comfortable" flying updated planes and airlines didn't have to invest in costly training for pilots and mechanics, but the MAX required makeshift solutions to keep the plane flying, workarounds that may have compromised safety, and, in some cases, no electronic alert system to explain malfunctioning, causing pilots to have to check a manual.
Trump supporters, such as Graham, often propose workarounds that try to preserve sensible policy while accommodating the president's whims.
As several states have moved to enact their own workarounds to this cap, the U.S.
This study shows situations in which the IS did not meet the processes and requisites of the task work that leads to the manifestation of alternative solutions called workarounds.
By overhauling and consolidating our investment operations, we've already seen numerous benefits from leaner processes, less manual workarounds, and reduced costs.'
For users who may be affected by the Black Dot bug on their iOS devices, there's a couple of workarounds that get rid of the problem.
Others, lacking appropriate technology, have developed workarounds. Neither of these options are ideal, but they aren't the only choices available as emerging tools promise to extend the value of practices' existing technology solutions.
In the mean time, they have provided workarounds on their official forum site.
When workarounds are conceived and deployed, people are not always in agreement.
Please share any workarounds and tricks that you've used to keep country living enjoyable as the years add up.