counteraction


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Synonyms for counteraction

action intended to nullify the effects of some previous action

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A full account of counteraction theory entails an explanation of when and how the inherent, technology-specific biases in favor of strong protection can arise in the patent doctrines other than patent-eligibility, such as novelty, nonobviousness, and enablement.
Pyongyang issued an ultimatum to the South Korea to stop blasting its propaganda the loudspeakers across the border by 17:00 local time on Saturday or face a military counteraction.
9) amendments and additions to the law on counteraction to financing of terrorism and money laundering;
This patent, US Patent number 8,636,951, titled BIO-TERRORISM COUNTERACTION USING OZONE AND HYDROGEN PEROXIDE was awarded by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
take into consideration that this will lead to resistance of the Armenian people and to serious counteraction of other players of the region
An efficient IR protection requires specialized strategies that involve an adaptive response to increased heat (specific to IR radiation) and the counteraction of IR-induced ROS production.
We will demonstrate with the practical military action the firm will of the army and people of the DPRK to take counteraction to defend the sovereignty and dignity of the supreme leadership of the country," the KPA Supreme Command said in a statement carried by the official Korean Central News Agency.
But if the hostile forces make provocations against it, it will take strong military counteraction and never pardon them.
Taiwan's industry executives pointed out that Everlight's counteraction is quite encouraging following years of tiresome lawsuits against Taiwan's LED makers by global manufacturers.
However, a prolonged period of weaker financial performance with no counteraction from the government to fix the problem, or a material increase in net financial liabilities toward 90% of operating revenues could push its rating down, the service added.
The police have deployed counteraction teams to combat Maoists, who have reportedly entered the region.
The research team then assessed the women for signs of POP, including conscious and unconscious contractions and relaxations of the pelvic floor muscles, as well as counteraction of the muscles during coughing.
In October, the US lodged a complaint against EU subsidies to Airbus with the World Trade Organisation, which brought a counteraction from the EU against what it termedindirect US government aid for Boeing through defence and research contracts.
With that information you can then make assessments about whether it is a threat or not, which gives you an opportunity to take counteraction.
Recent architectural discussion in many parts of the world has resurrected the idea of the primacy of the diagram as a counteraction to the even greater surface complexity of architectural drawings--a position that one often felt that Cedric supported, though he had more than a grudging admiration for the ebullient--simply because he admired in all things a sense of style.