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self-protection

STD The obligation one has to oneself to prevent the transmission of an infection–eg, HIV; SP assumes that the other partner may not disclose HIV status, and if one engages in consensual sexual activity, caveat emptor. See Contributory negligence, Negotiated safety, Sexual responsibility.
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In each of our Self-protection tests ESET products proved that they are able to deliver impeccable performance.
This article reinvestigates the impact of the concavity of an agent's utility function on self-insurance and self-protection decisions when they are modeled in a two-period sense.
For more information on the Feminine & Fierce: A Self-Protection & Defense Event, visit www.
MatousecEoACAOs experts conducted 148 separate tests on each solution to determine the quality of protection against: malware intrusion, identity theft, the auto-launching of malware and attempts to disable the self-protection mechanisms of the products.
Raytheon's Electronic Warfare Systems business general manager Scott Jackson said ACES self-protection system would identify potential threats, pinpoint their locations and jam them.
Today, the rapid progress in modular, component-based architectures and software-driven applications have brought self-protection systems to a level that is close to that of avionics suites and flight controls.
PMA272's vision for this future is that "All Naval aircraft are equipped with self-protection systems that are modular, integrated, and optimized to ensure survivability across the range of operations.
Expertly written by Paxton Quigly, "Stayin' Alive: Armed and Female in an Unsafe World" presents a detailed exploration into the issues of female self-protection.
Kerry's "dark record" on self-protection and Second Amendment issues.
Since Operation Iraqi Freedom began last year, the oftentimes cruel desert environment has caused problems for US forces and their equipment, including their self-protection systems.
Not that eating is a bad thing, but any instinct--aggression, self-protection, or sexuality, for instance--can be distorted to ends destructive to oneself and one's relationships.
Churches that "allow evil men to deny the right to self-protection by hosting [gun] buybacks and turn-ins" should, he suggests, be opposed.