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L'incorporation des objectifs de dissuasion et de denonciation en droit penal canadien pour adolescents : compatibilite et constitutionnalite, Universite Laval.
Dans un long editorial a la Une, l'organe de presse officiel du parti unique nord-coreen, le Rodong Sinmun, affirme que seule la dissuasion nucleaire garantit la "victoire finale" du regime communiste contre les forces imperialistes.
This mission of observation and dissuasion is mainly aimed at stopping any inflitration southwards by the militants," a Malian security official told AFP on condition of anonymity.
This mission of observation and dissuasion is mainly aimed at stopping any infiltration southwards by the militants," a Malian security official said.
This isn't meant as dissuasion from using them, because they do work, but rather more as an argument for realistic expectations.
In what they call the Dissuasion Zone, field crews put up a series of fences between which cormorants were excluded.
The downing of the plane puts in place new rules of engagement and rules of dissuasion.
Five strands of pointy dissuasion, the wire shredded my pants.
MISCHIEVOUS moles are being kept from destroying the pristine lawns at Penrhyn Castle by a unique method of dissuasion.
and Britain fought over the populace and used various means of recruitment or dissuasion, some civilized and others not.
The track record of decisions and penalties in cases related to high-level corruption, fraud and organized crime under investigation and in court does not yet provide the convincing results needed to provide effective dissuasion.
Compiled by well-known defenceworld figure Philippe Wodka-Gallien, the Dictionnaire de la Dissuasion edited by Marine Editions, reviews every significant event, personality, president, site, boat, ship, aircraft and so forth since the discovery of radioactivity, in alphabetical order.