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The BWM Convention seeks to stop the spread of potentially invasive aquatic species by requiring ships to manage their ballast water to remove, render harmless, or avoid the uptake or discharge of aquatic organisms and pathogens within ballast water and sediments.
Not only does Walter render harmless one of the most controversial essays of the nineteenth century, but he fails to engage or even cite any of the vast scholarship on the issue published in the last decade or two.
What we are witnessing is a deliberate attempt by the hard-liners within the Kurdish nationalist movement to silence and render harmless the Kurdish politicians that were about to take the lead in solving the Kurdish question.
This huge volume of water was expected to fully dilute and render harmless the pollutants from the Gold King mine spill.
Detoxify: To remove or render harmless a toxic substance.
Thus, a subsequent trial did not render harmless the asserted error in the denial of Dr.
to prevent the release of prescribed substances into the environment or, where that is not practicable by such means, to reduce the release of such substances to a minimum and render harmless any such substances released;
Individuals with such a SNP are therefore more vulnerable to chemicals that the enzyme would normally render harmless.
the advanced filtering of the EPS system has been proven to render harmless biological agents such as anthrax, smallpox, and mustard gas.
Moscow said the system aims to render harmless its own nuclear arsenal and will destroy the existing military balance.
It has been found that ascorbic acid (vitamin C) has the power to neutralize, inactivate and render harmless a wide variety of these bacterial toxins.
The PackBot MTRS robot is designed to enable EOD forces to confront and render harmless these deadly explosives from a safe distance, whether on the battlefield or, potentially, in homeland security situations.