deny access

See: deter
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These attacks are launched by the extremist elements under their campaign to deny access.
Previously, the piers were protected by a swing gate guarded by a sentry, who had the responsibility to assess and then grant or deny access.
The Australian Federal Transport Minister has said that the government would not hesitate to deny access if nations including Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Fiji and the Solomon Islands did not take their aviation security obligations more seriously.
You can also enable auto protection, and NAV will ask you what to do if it finds a virus: Try to repair files, quarantine the flies, or deny access.
The PPCT, you see, has a patron policy stating: "Planned Parenthood of Central Texas reserves the right to deny access to the Audre Rapoport Library to anyone who may be a security risk.
The agent reports details back to the appliance, which decides whether to allow or deny access.
Their strategy is to deny access to a natural source of antihydrogen, a necessary fuel source for Earth's ships.
But it also withholds federal funds for schools that deny access to the Boy Scouts of America because of the group's antigay membership and hiring policies.
But a primary diagnosis of Alzheimer's or dementia prompts some Medicare carriers and intermediaries to automatically restrict or deny access to physical, occupational, speech, and other therapies--services commonly covered by Medicare for patients without Alzheimer's.
Meanwhile, five out of six failed to deny access to 20 percent of the "bad" sites.
However, he pointed out the new statement was flexible; practitioners can deny access to working papers.
Further, in 1993 owners should be zealous putting the DHCR on notice when tenants deny access.