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counteract

(kown″tĕr-ăkt′)
To act against or in opposition to.
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Researchers from the Departments of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry at KU Leuven have now discovered how to counteract coffee rings with 'surfactants', i.
CounterACT secures wired and wireless networks transparently by ensuring that unknown devices and endpoints that are non-compliant with the network security policies cannot gain access to critical infrastructure or sensitive information assets.
Estee Lauder Disappear Smoothing Creme Concealer: Nice product that smooths away linesMien 3 in 1 Concealer Compact: Green counteracts redness, pink shades highlights and defines and beige covers blemishes.
Care-Tech [R] Laboratories introduces T E C H 2000 [R], an antibacterial oral rinse that neutralizes odor while providing humectancy for aging gum tissues, This product counteracts "dry mouth" syndrome, the hidden cause of gum disease and tooth loss in three out of every ten adults.
A new nozzle-touch mechanism counteracts the high injection speeds.
Our discussions confirm that the present statute's impact counteracts efforts to develop urban center industrial employment," Cocoziello stated.
Fentiman and his colleagues at Guy's Hospital in London, England, based their hypothesis on the knowledge that some breast tumors need the hormone estrogen to grow, and that the hormone progesterone counteracts estrogen's growth message.
Proximion's new white paper explains the technology behind WISTOM and how a fast scanning filter and advanced fiber Bragg gratings are combined into a product that, within milliseconds, detects and counteracts faults in DWDM networks.
OTC/BB: BISN) announced today that it is going forward with testing necessary in its efforts to obtain FDA marketing approval for MEGS(TM), a patented device which counteracts male impotence.