deterrent


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intended to prevent

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tending to deter

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During 1981 in late Gen Ziaul Haq's tenure the public hanging of a killer and rapist of a young boy, Pappu, had effectively worked as a deterrent for the next 10 years or so.
A verification process for individual shark deterrent technology; Engagement with stakeholders to develop effective real-time information alerts to beachgoers; Research funding to scientifically investigate movements and behaviour of white sharks, and; Development of acoustic detection systems and new deterrent mechanisms.
Nuclear deterrents and defences provide the global security the countries with them have.
The nuclear deterrent would be included in a Labour government strategic defence review, but it would be looking at issues like "costings" and how to protect it from cyber attacks, said the source.
In conditions of tension or hostility, however, this puts a portion of the Israeli nuclear deterrent at the whim of an Egyptian government that may express reluctance to facilitate the nuclear destruction of an Islamic country.
Ms Onwurah also said that she was satisfied around points of cost and the effectiveness of the Trident deterrent.
Besides the moral dilemma of nuclear arms, the cost of the system can be seen as a deterrent as well.
Mr Fallon said: "We have not fixed a date yet but we need to do it, certainly this year, because we need to get on and replace these four boats to ensure the nuclear deterrent can still be provided throughout the 2030s, 40s and 50s.
He has called for the re-nationalization of the railways and public utilities, the scrapping of university tuition fees and the abandonment of a nuclear deterrent, as well as higher taxation for the rich and an end to welfare cuts brought in by Prime Minister David Cameron.
The Dickerson Pest Deterrent will eliminate the hassle of having to constantly shoo away flies and mosquitoes constantly when trying to cook or eat outdoors.
In such a world, the United States will continue to need a viable and effective deterrent to prevent nuclear attack or nuclear blackmail against ourselves or our allies.
LONDON, April 4 (KUNA) -- Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron has issued a stark warning against any move to abandon Britain's Trident deterrent in the face of the growing nuclear threat from North Korea and Iran.
Iranian officials and commanders said that all military exercises and trainings of the Iranian Armed Forces are merely meant to serve deterrent purposes.
The guidance provides information for companies interested in developing formulations of opioids with potential abuse deterrent properties, Dr.