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intended to prevent

defending against disease

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It is for this reason that the Interior Ministry is acting preventively and repressively.
We revoked the citizenship preventively, to solve the issue once and for all," Green party councilman Manfred Hackl told the German news agency
That has prompted speculation that the Iranian government fears a renewal of antigovernment protests sparked by what has happened in Egypt and Tunisia and is acting preventively in an effort to spike any copycat protests in Tehran.
The sources said Italy's financial police had preventively frozen 23 million euros of the IOR's funds in an account in an Italian bank in Rome.
Ideally the law is used preventively, to avert disputes through education.
Whether many men will start taking the drug preventively is unclear, given that it costs nearly $4 per daily pill and insurers may be hesitant to cover that cost.
Of the other 190 left at Gitmo, he said they would be tried in US civil or military courts; released; or detained preventively.
Security Council; and second, in exceptional cases requiring unilateral preventive action (for example, when the Security Council behaves unreasonably), when go-it-alone states would benefit from internal, procedural checks before making the call to act preventively.
Yet most workplaces do little to preventively address the issue.
Using any or all of them preventively could extend the length of your career, not to mention the height of your extensions.
All growers shared a common theme--spray preventively with a triazole / strobilurin fungicide combination to control Asian soybean rust.
In this way, we will be able to act preventively if the issue arises again.
Putin told a meeting of world mayors in Moscow that ``now in Russia, we are seriously preparing to act preventively against terrorists''.
On the front end, training combined with developmental coaching offers the greatest leverage for change both preventively and remedially.
According to Dickinson, business executives, military officials and political leaders all realize that the threat of domestic terrorism must be acted on preventively.