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We are not deterred by Pervez Musharraf but we want that democracy is not affected by the dramas of dharnas, he remarked.
Does she really think the Russian fleet would have been deterred if the West had not possessed nuclear weapons?
008, it is statistically significant at the 1% level) meaning that one yellow card is deterred for every 29.
Speaking in the Afghan capital on Monday, Ban said the United Nations would not be deterred from its work in the war-torn nation by acts of violence.
businesses deterred by the extra cost of locating to Wales.
That is not to say that the United States should stint on its efforts to prevent, deny, disrupt, or defeat; those are valuable capabilities in and of themselves, since some adversaries may not be dissuaded from acquiring or improving capabilities or deterred from using them.
Bernheim 1984; Gilbert and Vives 1986; Waldman 1987, 1991; Appelbaum and Weber 1992) have highlighted the public good aspect of noncooperative entry prevention--if costly entry deterring actions are successfully undertaken by a proper subset of the incumbents, then incumbents outside of that subset cannot be excluded from the benefits of deterred entry.
So what do you get when you take a criminal-justice system - like ours in Los Angeles County - that releases huge numbers of inmates so quickly that they're neither meaningfully deterred, punished nor kept off the street?
NEW donors could be deterred if children conceived by the use of donated sperm, eggs or embryos are able to find out the identity of their biological parents, a Coventry fertility specialist warns.
What these figures do not show is the number of impaired drivers deterred by the operations, either through sobriety checkpoints or saturation patrols.
While some students may indeed be deterred from using drugs, the conventional wisdom (supported by empirical data) is that students who participate in extracurricular activities are some of the least likely to use drugs.
Assuming that further terrorist threats are deterred or blocked, fears will recede with time.