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to prohibit from occurring by advance planning or action

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Clem has been with PREVENT (and its predecessor firm) since 1997.
The oily substance stimulates the production of a cell molecule whose function is to prevent cancer-causing proteins from forming, experts said.
Their findings point towards possible therapies based on the oil to prevent brain cancer from occurring.
In this way, the olive oil component supports the production of miR-7, which helps prevent tumours from forming, the study said.
The Scottish Government said: "The Scottish Prevent strategy shares the same objective - to prevent people from becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism - as Prevent in the rest of the UK."
In a submission to the Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry into the government's anti-terror strategy, Anderson wrote that some parts of Prevent were "ineffective or being applied in an insensitive or discriminatory manner."
True or False: A player's helmet and pads will prevent catastrophic neck injury?
Consider installing door sweeps to prevent pests from entering.
today launched FlatGallery with Hood, a ventilation hatch used to prevent rain from entering houses, especially designed to prevent damage as a result of typhoons and rain storms.
In July the House of Representatives passed the Pledge Protection Act of 2005 (H.R.2389), leaving only the Senate (S.1046) to prevent passage of the act that would prevent federal courts from hearing cases challenging or interpreting rights granted by the First Amendment as they relate to the Pledge of Allegiance.
Herold, MD, professor of pediatrics and microbiology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York and a leading researcher on the use of microbicides to prevent HIV.
The study was conducted between 1998 and 2001 among clinic clients who were being screened for participation in an international trial of drug therapy to prevent transmission of genital herpes.
The number of cases that need to be detected to prevent 1 secondary case for different numbers of contacts and attack rates was calculated as the inverse of the number of secondary cases that would result from each case not detected by screening.