antinuclear


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an·ti·nu·cle·ar

(an'tē-nū'klē-er),
Having an affinity for or reacting with the cell nucleus.

antinuclear

/an·ti·nu·cle·ar/ (-noo´kle-ar) destructive to or reactive with components of the cell nucleus.

antinuclear

(ăn′tē-no͞o′klē-ər, -nyo͞o′-, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Reacting with the components of a cell nucleus: antinuclear antibodies.

an·ti·nu·cle·ar

(an'tē-nū'klē-er)
Having an affinity for or reacting with the cell nucleus.
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The Supreme Court gave its judgment after hearing petitions filed by antinuclear activists that safety measures had not been put in place.
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After new Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Toshimitsu Motegi vowed early Thursday to review the previous government's nuclear phase-out policy, an antinuclear activist said, "It runs counter to the people's wish to eliminate nuclear power plants.
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said North Korea admitted to having a secret uranium enrichment program to make nuclear weapons in violation of a 1994 antinuclear pact.
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The impasse over the North's nuclear weapons program erupted last October when the United States said the North had admitted to running a program to enrich uranium for use in nuclear weapons in violation of a 1994 antinuclear agreement.
4 and an antinuclear gathering to be held in the western Japan city, they said.
Yuichiro Ito won a third four-year term in Sunday's gubernatorial election, according to final returns, defeating an antinuclear challenger after campaigning on a platform of conditionally allowing the restart of idled reactors at a local nuclear plant.