resistance strategy

resistance strategy,

n an exercise method that uses weights or a counterforce to increase the intensity of muscle contractions and thereby create bulkier, more powerful muscles.
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In order to succeed, an integrated, multi-sectorial antibacterial resistance strategy is needed.
County People's Assemblies and a National People's Assembly are elements of NASA's resistance strategy.
Fatah Central Committee's secretary general Jibril Rajoub, described the speech by President Mahmoud Abbas at the Islamic summit as bold and establishes for a national strategy, pointing out that the president's decision to form a committee to formulate a steadfast resistance strategy in Jerusalem aims at people, land, holy places, dignity of citizens and their ability to remain steadfast and resist.
2] The Antimicrobial Resistance Strategy Framework in South Africa (SA) recognises the education of healthcare professionals as a strategy for containment of antimicrobial resistance in SA.
Similarly, at-risk states can review the Cold War period and, through the careful study and analysis of appropriate historical resistance and unconventional warfare cases, can assess previously used concepts for possible adaptation, application, and integration into a national resistance strategy.
As a survival and resistance strategy, flight is a recurrent motif in the literature of oppressed people who have had to deal with the harassment of captivity and enslavement.
While the Hezbollah-led March 8 bloc wants a president who has a wide popular base and who supports the anti-Israel resistance strategy, a reference to Aoun as indicated by Hezbollah MP Ali Fayyad after the morning session, the March 14 coalition is pushing for a consensual president and wants the presidential election to be held quickly.
Hamas also is nearing the point where its steadfast and resistance strategy may prove increasingly less attractive, if it results in the repeated death, injury, displacement and homelessness of Palestinians on a large scale.
Strong action is being taken, a number of royal colleges recently joined forces and asked their members to get behind our antimicrobial resistance strategy.
The Department of Health's (DH) UK Five Year Antimicrobial Resistance Strategy identifies a key area for future action as improving professional education, training and public engagement to promote wider understanding of the need for more sustainable and appropriate use of antibiotics (DH, 2013).
The Israelis are also concerned that the Palestinians will turn to a new, non-violent resistance strategy.
The difficulty that this chapter presents for a more decisive break with theory's past is not repeated in later ones where Nealon makes a compelling case against the paradigm of endless, open interpretation as a resistance strategy or research program for the present.
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