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counteract

(kown″tĕr-ăkt′)
To act against or in opposition to.
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patients may avoid the counteractive effects of activating the P-glycoprotein by taking the juice about 2 hours before taking their drugs," Benet said.
In a counteractive measure he successfully convinced the authorities that it should be seen as an additional area of research, running concurrently with the Institute's traditional emphasis on classical antiquity.
This could be an example of a "negative feedback," in which one change sparks a counteractive response.
The IMPACT courses range from 20 to 25 hours and include extensive in-class practice sessions so that counteractive strategies become second nature.
have failed to take into account the existence and possible counteractive effects of both dietary and environmental antiestrogens" -- such as the ICZ they studied.
These two counteractive effects are not examined separately in this study.
Given the target about 60,000 accessions per year for the next few years, the Army alone would be facing a shortfall which increases over time if no counteractive discretionary policies are implemented.
Our highlighted these and provides counteractive strategic recommendations.
This initiative will also prevent litigants [who will have rulings or decisions executed against them] from taking counteractive measures that would help them smuggle their money, close their accounts, transfer property ownership or delay the implementation of rulings by any way.
I wall then discuss Bourdieu's counterintuitive and counteractive articulation of working-class economic and non-economic activity, finally, I will offer a reading of one of Charles Dickens's Christmas stories, Ihe Chiittes, that identifies elements of economic logic at work in the ostensible disinterestedness of its working-class characters.
In light of cases such as Wheeler's and academic dishonesty in the classroom, college and university administrators are attempting to implement counteractive measures to discourage cheating.
Shaving cream is like soap in an aerosol, so is really drying while something like this has counteractive nourishing ingredients.