Review non-lethal deterrent
measures currently available that may be appropriate for reducing the seal-gear interactions at sea
Bruce added: "I believe it is education in society that helps to act as a deterrent
China could provide North Korea's nuclear deterrent
and defences, and maybe North Korea could be persuaded to agree.
Consequently, in a world where nuclear-armed states use their nuclear weapons for coercion and intimidation, the United States must maintain a capable, secure, and credible nuclear deterrent
But despite all this, a new review by the Liberal Democrats has found that Britain can maintain a credible nuclear deterrent
without a like-for-like replacement of Trident.
include making smoking more expensive for smokers and increasing the price of tobacco and tobacco products.
In the latest letter, a correspondent says he can tell me that deterrents
would work, and sets out his own list of measures.
But an electronic spy that's hidden in a bush isn't a deterrent
any more - it's a cash machine.
RAC spokesman Philip Hale said: 'While extreme actions may not be practical, more effective deterrents
need serious and urgent consideration.
He said: 'One of the most powerful deterrents
in the fight against arson is the fear of detection.
RESULTS: The most commonly cited deterrents
to contraceptive use were side effects, fear of potential health risks, partner's dislike of contraception and cost (20-2796).
Scanlan and Darkenwald (12) surveyed the deterrents
of medical technologists, physical therapists and respiratory therapists.