disarmer


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Synonyms for disarmer

someone opposed to violence as a means of settling disputes

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For example, 10 out of 33 grounders, 6 out of 24 imposition minimizers, and 2 out of 10 disarmers were marked as inappropriate.
According to Table 4 there were significant differences between the groups' production of disarmers (sig.
A single DISARMER digital receiver may replace multiple pieces of equipment, enable field reconfiguration and reduce the size, weight, power and cost of both military and commercial radio systems.
The disarmer was used in the following way with the application of the expressions 'I know you are busy' or 'sorry to bother you'.
1872: Bertrand Russell, above, philosopher, mathematician, nuclear disarmer and Nobel Prize for literature winner, was born in Trelleck, Monmouthshire.
Put it another way, when a requester employs a disarmer, he/she tries to remove any potential objections the addressee might raise upon being confronted with the request (Marquez Reiter 2000).
1872 Bertrand Russell, philosopher, mathematician, nuclear disarmer and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, was born in Trelleck, Monmouthshire.
I am not a unilateral disarmer, but I am committed to constructive unilateral initiatives by both sides that would demonstrate a sense of serious purpose.
I suppose the idea being we keep people in work (no bad thing) at the same time satisfying nuclear disarmers.
External modifiers, which prepare the upcoming request, involve preparators, grounders, disarmers, expanders, promise of reward and please.
Others, such as transfer trays, neutral zones, and blade disarmers, aren't employed in ORs as often, even though they are designed to be effective at keeping surgeons and staff safe.
Threatening nuclear annihilation was not a kind of "peace" that the peace movement and nuclear disarmers sought.
271) If this disarmament too was never claimed to be a violation of the right to keep and bear arms by either the disarmers or the disarmed, how can anyone assert there is a historical connection?
CORRECTION: While the supposed goal of the disarmers is gun control, or ammunition control, the real target is people control.
In spite of the forceful complaints, the Italo-Australians also resort to the highest number of supportive speech acts (21), and they use them not just to substantiate their complaint (11), but also to prepare it (3) and especially to mitigate it through disarmers (7).