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disarming

removal of the crown of the canine teeth in primates. Includes denervation of the pulp cavity.
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For Faustino, the disarming of the Renamo men who have been looming in central Mozambique was an urgent matter.
Disarming Conflict sets out approaches, initiatives, and policies that steer away from the futility of fighting and promote non-military efforts towards "winning the peace.
Some polemicists might overstate the relationship between gun control and genocide, but what is worse is the failure of scholars to come to terms with the real connection between disarming policies and oppression.
As part of officer training, law enforcement agencies need to establish protocols for disarming suspects before officers interview them.
IN SAFE HANDS: Honoured for disarming a knifeman were (far left) John Finney and Michael Parton while (left) PC Alan Spittles came up with answers to crime problems faced by people in north Warwickshire
He wrestled Liverpudlian Owen Lynch to the ground, disarming him of a 7 ins kitchen knife before asking a bystander to call 999, taking the knife and driving to the police to report the incident.
Theinspectors believe, and they will say so next Tuesday, that there is a possibility of reaching the objective (of disarming Iraq) without a war.
Kawaguchi told Kavan that disarming Iraq is every country's goal, the official said.
BRITAIN and America plan to attack Iraq in nine days, despite a report by Hans Blix saying Saddam Hussein is disarming.
These are not the actions of a regime that is disarming.
Downing Street said the resolution would give Saddam only weeks to toe the line by disarming peacefully.
Bush said: "Saddam will play like he's going to disarm but he has no intention of disarming.