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counteract

(kown″tĕr-ăkt′)
To act against or in opposition to.
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Building capacity of civil society representatives on counteracting domestic violence and trafficking in persons is one of the commitments of the OSCE Office in Tajikistan in the implementation of the OSCE Action Plan for the Promotion of Gender Equality (2004) and OSCE Action Plan to Combat Trafficking in Human Beings (2003).
NBC was further advised that the CIBC planned to publicize strategies that would assist in counteracting any negative impact the presentation might have on young viewers.
The compound was determined to have demonstrable and comprehensive anti-aging properties, as well as demonstrative effectiveness in counteracting a leading cause of aging -"mitochondrial decay".
Threfore, the highest risk moves toward younger and younger age cohorts over time, counteracting the aging of the entire infected population and thereby matching the observed stability in ages at death.
This high-altitude warming tends to reduce cloud cover, somewhat counteracting the reduction in sunlight reaching the surface.
The 2005 DRYP contains over 3,000 vendor listings organized into 355 categories such as drying and dehumidification, smoke odor counteracting services, trauma counselors, salvage, emergency rentals, storm damage restoration, disaster planning software and more.
Meanwhile, a research team led by scientists at the University of California, San Francisco finds that gabapentin also works better than a placebo in counteracting pain from shingles, a viral disease that attacks nerve endings.
It contains over 3,000 vendor listings and covers over 270 categories such as drying of microfilm & paper records, trauma counselors, data-recovery from broken hard disks, salvage buyers, food kit vendors, emergency rental of network and computer equipment, smoke-odor counteracting services, etc.