deterrent


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intended to prevent

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tending to deter

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The United States Military Training Mission has successfully assisted the Saudi Arabian Armed Forces in developing, training and sustaining capable deterrent and self-defense forces for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Some women may have been thinking about condoms when they reported that having a partner who dislikes contraceptives is a major deterrent, while other women may have been thinking about oral contraceptives when they identified side effects or health risks as being a big problem.
Shrubs such as holly and hawthorn planted underneath a window or around the perimeter of a house can be excellent deterrents.
Under the terms of the agreements, however, care has been taken to permit the kinds of modernization that would improve survivability of the retaliatory deterrent.
These initial Phase II findings give us strong reason to believe that our technology is effective and can address a large unmet medical need for abuse deterrent opioid analgesics.
The current Vanguard Class of deterrent submarines perform a vital role in the defence of the UK and the replacement for this capability is of national importance.
Sound bird deterrents that play actual bird calls have proven to be a better option than ultrasonic devices, as peer reviewed scientific studies through universities and government agencies have shown that the majority of bird species do not hear on ultrasonic levels.
Anything less than a constant deterrent amounted to unilateral nuclear disarmament, he warned.
These missiles have given India a deterrent capability against Pakistan, but not against China," he said.
The Minister for Justice has announced the greatest gamble of all - to raise the prospect of serious crime involving a firearm by reducing the deterrent by more than 70%.
This level of justice is reflected in the new guidelines and stands as a deterrent to any future looting.
Former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama said recently that when he cited the deterrent provided by U.
DAVID Cameron insisted he was still committed to maintaining a full-time nuclear deterrent last night amid growing concern from Tory backbenchers.
ANY threat to the future of Britain's nuclear deterrent from spending cuts would mean "playing fast and loose" with national security, Defence Secretary Liam Fox warned yesterday.