(1) This incredible pillow-based innovation permits grandkids to obviate unpleasant grandma kisses and avoid exposure to toxic grandpa odors.(2) By permitting the use of suffer materials, it may obviate the problem of undesired sticking of particulates.(3) Should this obviate the need to consider alternative theories?(4) It won't obviate the need for the Government to address the chronic skills crisis that's facing our military.(5) First, a well-functioning market economy does not obviate the need for democracy and civil and political rights.(6) But then, that would obviate the need for Mozart's Marriage of Figaro.(7) My own view is that by turning over this information, we obviate the need for Matt to even testify, let alone be incarcerated.(8) a parachute can be used to obviate disaster(9) When it does become a reality, it is not expected to obviate the need for treatment.(10) The simplicity of the product would also obviate the need for independent financial advice at the point of sale.(11) Forcing that outcome now is right and timely, and may obviate the need to pursue it militarily later.(12) And there are a number of cases that appear to obviate the need for a specifically partisan approach.(13) The new boards obviate the need for accurately positioned spotlights or coloured bulbs.(14) This, however, does not obviate the need for democratic forces to formulate a strategy for change.(15) Limiting exceptions to the rule to clear cases obviates the need for deliberation in every case.(16) This occurs indirectly (and hence in a viable form) through a series of metaphoric obviations .