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"Some people think the United States is out to get Pakistan, to defang Pakistan, to destroy the army as it exists so it can't fight India and to break down the ISI's ability to influence events in India and Afghanistan," Tareen said.
Second, once defanged, it has to be made subservient to India's unquestioned regional leadership and hegemony.
Those objectives place the US on the right side of the moral struggle of our time, and they have the ability to defang and ultimately consign to the ash-heap of history rogue regimes that threaten peace in the world.
The red onion is soaked in ice water to defang its sharp bite.
What we know for sure: Only the complete scuttling of the North's nuclear and ballistic missile capacities, including a regimen of international inspections, will defang this dangerous adversary.
What one knows for sure: Only the complete scuttling of the North's nuclear and ballistic missile capacities, including a regimen of international inspections, will defang Pyongyang.
The latest development in the ongoing saga is that the Russia sanctions bill passed by Congress, which is controlled by Republicans -- the president's own party -- was received by Trump with hesitation, doubts and an attempt to defang it.
PESHAWAR -- Vice President Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) Syed Aqil Shah Monday denied any step taken by POA of declaring FATA Olympic Association (FOA) as defang or ineffectual body.
The Knesset approved a law that legalizes torturing of Palestinian prisoners, the Joint List said in a response statement, adding that the new law permits invasive and cruel intervention in the body of another human The goal of the law is to defang their [the detainees] legitimate struggle under the guise of preventing the damage caused by hunger strikes.
"The goal of the law is to defang their legitimate struggle under the guise of 'preventing the damage caused by hunger strikes'.
The governor was just the first Republican to see the political shift, to co-opt its power and to defang it as a threat to adaptable incumbents like himself.
MOSCOW -- Sternly warning the West it cannot defang the metaphorical Russian bear, a confident-looking President Vladimir Putin promised Thursday to shore up the plummeting ruble and revive the economy within two years.
Thomas takes on the role of civil liberties groups in Andhra Pradesh to suggest what can be done to defang Leftwing extremism ( LWE) in the country.
Because banks became weapons of mass economic destruction in the 2008 global financial crisis, post-crisis regulations sought to defang financial institutions through increased capital requirements.