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acting against or in opposition

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indicating opposition or resistance

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characterized by antagonism or antipathy

arousing animosity or hostility

used especially of drugs or muscles that counteract or neutralize each other's effect

incapable of harmonious association

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The device is as much a deterrent as it is a means a of capturing evidence of incidents, as BWCs have been proven to change the behaviour of members of the public, dissuading antagonistic behaviour.
Knowledge remains lacking regarding diversity and antagonistic activities against plant pathogenic microorganisms of actinobacteria in saxicolous lichens at different elevations.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of some local isolates of antagonistic fungi and bacteria in controlling white rot of snap beans and compare their controlling level to other available commercial bio and chemical pesticides taking in consideration the impact of that control level on the quantity and quality of green beans yield.
sup][3] Anticholinesterase drugs decrease acetylcholine hydrolysis by inhibiting the activity of AChE and thus, improve the concentration of acetylcholine in the NMJ to overcome the effects of muscle relaxants; therefore, their mechanism of reversal is indirect [sup][4] and their antagonistic actions are theoretically related to the activity of AChE in the NMJ.
To reduce the impacts of chemical application, biological control has been proposed to suppress many diseases in plant, in which antagonistic microorganisms can be utilized (Khan et al.
Summary: Study shows that more than 160 antagonistic statements were issued by Iranians in a two-year period
Antagonistic interaction is a natural phenomenon causing inhibitory effect to other organism which can be utilized as biological control of plant pathogen.
Speaking at Huawei and IDC's Ultra-Broadband Summit Middle East & Africa 2015 in Dubai yesterday, Abdin said that OTT players and telecom operators should be less antagonistic and more collaborative.
It was reported on Friday that the company has received approval based on a next generation antagonistic somatostatin analogue for the management of neuroendocrine tumours.
If you prove yourself through your work, no one can be antagonistic towards you.
is no way in a million years that anyone would be allowed to erect wind turbines off Italy's Amalfi coast, a spectacular seascape that every person should experience at least once during their short stay on this planet; yet we have allowed a handful of here-today-gone-tomorrow political philistines to destroy other unique visions of natural beauty, so that no one in future will be allowed to experience them; one of which is the seascape off the North Wales coast, east of Llandudno, which is now just a forest of wind turbines, just so these vandals who are antagonistic to any artistic and cultural values can say 'at least we did something'.
Strategies based on the use of antagonistic starter cultures allow the production of foods with improved levels of safety (SPELHAUG; HARLANDER, 1989).
ANTAGONISTIC He added: "He is not just there as a regulator, he is there to give, hopefully, sagacious advice from a profound understanding of policing.
Were it a conflict with any other country antagonistic toward Israel, Iranian Jews would have significantly less hesitationif anyin endorsing a military response to any threat to Israel.
Remind your husband that it's good she can stand up to him and tell him to ignore any antagonistic behaviour.