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disarm

[dis′ärm]
(ordnance)
To remove the detonating device or fuse of a bomb, mine, or other piece of explosive ordnance, or otherwise render it incapable of exploding in its usual manner.
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In a concurrent paper also published today in Science, Disarm's scientific co-founders, Dr.
The legislation would allow Medicare to offer an add-on payment to inpatient hospitals that use a qualifying DISARM antibiotic to treat a serious or life-threatening infection.
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Israel's main demand towards the end of its offensive was that Palestinian resistance groups disarm, a demand many Palestinians have scoffed at.
A MASKED armed gunman died after being disarmed and pinned down by customers in a bookmakers last night.
Pressure to disarm the former rebels has mounted after local media reported several skirmishes between militia factions in Tripoli, with some resulting in casualties.
However, incoming Prime Minister Abdurrahim el-Keib told France24 radio Friday that disarming rebels "is going to take some time" and that "we will not force people to take quick and hasty decisions." He says his government, in charge during an eight-month transition, would only disarm fighters once they can be offered alternatives, including jobs.
TRIPOLI (TAP) - Rebel fighters gave loyalists in Moammar Gadhafi's hometown until Monday to disarm or face "liberation," an opposition spokesman said.
In "Close Combat Techniques" (April/May), the author writes "It is important to gain control over the weapon and either disarm or disable your attacker before accessing you firearm." Well, that sounds good to me, but why would you then "draw your own firearm and empty its contents into your adversary's torso"?
Lahore, Apr.27 (ANI): The Pakistan Muslim League -Nawaz (PML_N) has asked the TNSM chief Sufi Muhammad to disarm the Taliban.
However, only one in seven Lebanese (15%) say they believe Hezbollah's fighters should simply be disarmed. Nearly half (47%) say that while they agree with the proviso to disarm Hezbollah's fighters, they would then like to see them integrated into Lebanon's national army.