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  • 1counteracting — index contrary, hostile, preventive, remedial, renitent Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2Counteracting — Counteract Coun ter*act (koun t?r ?kt ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Counteracted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Counteracting}.] To act in opposition to; to hinder, defeat, or frustrate, by contrary agency or influence; as, to counteract the effect of medicines;… …

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  • 3counteracting — coun·ter act || ‚ kaÊŠntÉ™ (r)ækt v. work against, cancel out, negate …

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  • 4counteracting — …

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  • 5counteracting force — atoveikio jėga statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. counteracting force; counterforce; opposing force; reaction force vok. Gegenkraft, f; Reaktionskraft, f rus. противодействующая сила, f pranc. contre force, f …

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  • 6counteracting force — atoveikio jėga statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. counteracting force; counterforce; reaction force vok. Gegenkraft, f; Reaktionskraft, f rus. противодействующая сила, f pranc. contre force, f …

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  • 7antidiabetic — Counteracting diabetes; denoting an agent that lowers blood sugar ( e.g., tolbutamide, insulin). * * * an·ti·di·a·bet·ic .dī ə bet ik n an antidiabetic drug antidiabetic adj tending to relieve diabetes <antidiabetic drugs> * * *… …

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  • 8antisideric — Counteracting the physiological action of iron, probably by chelating or precipitation. [anti + G. sideros, iron] * * * an·ti·si·der·ic sə der ik n a pharmaceutical agent that counteracts the physiological action of iron * * * an·ti·sid·er·ic… …

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  • 9antilithic — counteracting effects of bladder stones Stones and Rocks …

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  • 10The Message of the Hour — The Message of the Hour, or simply The Message , is a term used by the followers of William M. Branham (1909 1965) an American faith healer and preacher of the mid Twentieth Century, to refer to his sermons, doctrines, and prophecies. The… …

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  • 11Di Long (extract) — This article is about the TCM medicine. For other uses, see Dilong (disambiguation). Di Long or Dilong extract (Chinese: 地龍散; pinyin: dìlóngsàn; Wade–Giles: ti lung san; literally earth dragon/ worm powder ) is a medicinal preparation based on… …

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  • 12an|ti — «AN ty, tee», noun, plural tis, adjective, preposition. Informal. –n. a person opposed to something, such as a plan, idea, or political party. –adj. of or belonging to the opposition; opposed; against: »He is inclined to be anti by profession… …

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  • 13Christine de Pizan — lecturing men. Born 11 September 1363 Venice Died c. 1430 (aged 65–66) Christine de Piza …

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  • 14Deflation — For other uses, see Deflation (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Disinflation. Economics …

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  • 15Naloxone — Not to be confused with the related chemical naltrexone. Naloxone Systematic (IUPAC) name …

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  • 16Leptin — PDB rendering based on 1ax8. Available structures …

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  • 17Bai Chongxi — 白崇禧 General Bai Chongxi ROC Minister of National Defense In office 1946–1949 Preceded by Post Created …

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  • 18Opioid — Endogenous opioid peptides Skeletal molecular images Adrenorphin Amidorphin Casomorphin …

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  • 19Glossary of nautical terms — This is a glossary of nautical terms; some remain current, many date from the 17th 19th century. See also Wiktionary s nautical terms, Category:Nautical terms, and Nautical metaphors in English. Contents: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R …

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  • 20Law of value — The law of value is a concept in Karl Marx s critique of political economy. Most generally, it refers to a regulative principle of the economic exchange of the products of human work: the relative exchange values of those products in trade,… …

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