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This regulatory approach is "counteractive" in the sense
He added:"Iran is a power that is expected to play its role differently in the region by making allies instead of enemies." In conclusion, Ghabra noted that Iran's intervention in other countries will be counteractive and that the nuclear deal is a brilliant one that should continue as it serves the interest of the region.
Due to the rotation of the rotors, the gyro effect and counteractive moment are produced.
This new understanding is necessary to establish enhancement of knowledge in balance control strategies in order to utilize clinched alongside fall counteractive action.
Some compounds in form of antioxidants from plants sources have counteractive effect against the oxidative stress induced by aflatoxin in animal body after absorption .
Yaw angle is regulated by the counteractive moments generated by pairs of rotors: M1, M3 and M2, M4.
Compelling classroom administration is effective in managing understudy issues and prompts to the counteractive action of bad conduct inside the classroom (Charles, 2008).
An 1857 letter to what was then known as the New-York Daily Times even recommended "Cannabis Indica, the East Indian hemp, known most widely as Hesheesh," as "a sure counteractive to the poison of rabies."
The administration is encountered by duty of recognizing explanations why workers leave, and enchanting the counteractive exploit.
After years of students using sophisticated technology like small ear pieces and wireless devices designed to look like ordinary belts, pencil erasers and more to cheat, authorities are responding with some counteractive technology.
The probiotic species, particularly lactobacilli are equipped for creating an extensive variety of antimicrobial mixes, counting natural acids (lactic and acidic acids), carbon dioxide, hydrogen peroxide, ethanol, diacetyl and peptides (bacteriocins) that can be helpful not just in diminishing sustenance pathogens and bacterial harm amid capacity and sustenance consumption, additionally in the treatment and counteractive action of gastrointestinal and vaginal infection  kefiran has more advantages, comparing to other polysaccharides, such as bactericidal, fungicidal, antitumor properties [33, 34] anti-inflammatory and promote healing [35, 36], immunomodulation or epithelium protection  and antioxidant activity .
Research in animal models and cell culture systems has shown that specific lactobacilli strains can exert a counteractive effect on increased intestinal permeability initiated by infections, chemicals, or stress.
Boro knew how to draw games, how to keep it tight and frustrate - yet it was all counteractive. Rarely did Boro manage to implement their style, to truly impose themselves on an opposition.
Cognitive Insight indicates how well a person is able to objectively interpret their thoughts and experiences, and their capability to change judgements based on counteractive feedback (Riggs et al, 2012).
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