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DETERCyber Defense Technology Experimental Research (project)
DETERDetection of Events for Threat Evaluation and Recognition
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* There are worries that the Covanta incinerator will deter businesses from setting up in the Valleys
It has been adopted by Holmfirth Co-op to deter gangs of up to 50 from loitering outside the store and has been used on the London Underground.
Norma has been pleading with Middlesbrough Council to install CCTV to deter the gangs which can be up to 60-strong.
The results of the survey indicated that, generally, the respondents believed that forfeiture did not deter drug traffickers and had little overall effect in reducing drug trafficking and drug use.
He thinks extending the probationary period so rookies are effectively paid apprenticeship wages for three years would also deter older people and those with dependants.
Plant spring onions between rows of carrots as the strong onion scent will help to deter or confuse carrot root flies looking for somewhere to lay eggs.
"They agreed it was vital that the use of chemical weapons did not go unchallenged, and on the need to deter the further use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime.
Islamabad -- Facebook is launching new tools that give people in Pakistan more control over who can download and share their profile pictures, and provide the ability to add a design to a profile picture to deter misuse.
We feel it helps deter critters, such as rabbits, by spreading dog scent.
Summary: The only possible way to deter Kim is through coercive diplomacy that compels him to freeze his nuclear programme at something like its current level
The United States has declined to use forces such as the Coast Guard to deter aggressive behaviors, while Beijing has actively used these types of government vessels in maritime disputes, the report said.