deterrent


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intended to prevent

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tending to deter

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A desk-based literature and data review to further inform understanding of the nature of fishing gear/seal interactions, the factors which influence these interactions and potential non-lethal deterrent methods and their effectiveness
Carlos Zarate (Bayan Muna party-list) said death penalty is not a deterrent to crimes and the poor would become victims of this proposal.
A nuclear deterrent is only really effective if it is truly independent.
Over the years those American States have all reintroduced the death penalty after realising that they needed a deterrent to a murder rate, which was not being controlled.
"If you start hitting back a little bit with tough punishment and deterrents, then it makes people think.
'Other countries also provide mandatory caning in their laws as a deterrent against employers hiring illegal immigrants as well as repeat illegal immigrant offenders,' he said, adding that it has had a positive effect on controlling the problem of illegal immigrants in other countries that have adopted the measure.
The Air Force awarded Boeing a USD 349 million contract to mature the GBSD (ground-based strategic deterrent) weapon system design.
Shadow Defence Secretary Nia Griffith said the party supported the nuclear deterrent.
Llanelli MP Nia Griffith stressed it was party policy to support the nuclear deterrent, adding uncertainty in the world meant this is not the time to be "descaling" it.
It therefore is worth taking notice of the publication of the two-volume Official History of the UK Strategic Nuclear Deterrent. Matthew Jones, professor of international history at the London School of Economics, was granted unprecedented access to hitherto unavailable materials to produce this official history.
I agree with Ray that criminals have no deterrent anymore and they no longer seem to fear being caught as the justice meted out is seen as a badge of honour rather than a deterrent.
The other issue is misuse of the whip, and there is to be an examination into whether the existing penalties constitute an adequate deterrent.
Without a deterrent punishment, there is no possibility of bringing this crime to an end.
M2 PHARMA-January 30, 2018-US FDA Grants Ensysce Biosciences Fast Track Designation for Abuse Deterrent Extended Release Oxycodone Prodrug