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Even if threats were made covertly a target would probably doubt their credibility on the assumption that the deterrer is operating under such pressures.
La recente tragedie de Ghardaia a mis a nu toute l'etendue de la frilosite des gouvernants d'Alger, qui ont instruit leurs porte-paroles et les medias aux ordres de deterrer ce discours suranne dans l'espoir d'orienter le debat vers l'ennemi exterieur.
Ainsi, au cours d'une rencontre tenue en mars 1998 entre le ministre de la Defense d'alors, le Marechal Hussein Tantaoui, et son homologue allemand, Berlin a revele etre prete a presenter des aides technologiques et financieres pour deterrer ces pommes de la mort.
Furthermore, unlike ordinary military actions, the success of deterrence--the production of desired effects--does not depend on the superiority of the deterrer over the deterred.
Les participants ont profite du cinquantenaire de l'arret pour tenter de deboulonner quelques mythes, deterrer certains artefacts, redecouvrir le familier ou ce qui semble appartenir au domaine de l'evidence.
In the end, a state evaluating a conventional deterrent can assume that the deterrer will retaliate.
Brebeuf est extremement touche par le soin que prennent les sauvages a deterrer les corps, a nettoyer les os fourmillant de vers, malgre la puanteur.
Although its value and efficacy are sometimes doubted and not always apparent, tort law is a compensator, a deterrer, an educator, a psychological therapist, an economic regulator, an ombudsperson, and an instrument for empowering the injured to help themselves and other potential victims of all sorts of wrongdoing in our society.