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  • So I'm keeping my critique to a few areas of possible weakness in the book --- ones specific enough that I can mention a counter-measure for those writers who detect similar weaknesses in their own fictional works-in-progress.

    Magic, Mensa and Mayhem by Karina L. Fabian

  • Six years ago a system of performance-related fee payments was introduced – partly as a counter-measure to the influx of non-English players who could obtain work permits under the European court's Kolpak ruling – whereby counties are rewarded from a central pot for fielding England-qualified players under the age of 22.

    New kids on the block stake their claim for England Test place

  • It almost seems that the only sane and responsible counter-measure to the thought-police censorship is for us teachers and resource editors to go out of our way to find other discussion platforms (web-based, of course!) to allow learners to absorb and practice their English via topics about which they can get passionate and even worked up.

    T is for Taboo « An A-Z of ELT

  • Separately, the British Navy said that one of its mine counter-measure vessels destroyed a mine laid by the forces of Col.

    U.K. Expels 2 Libyan Diplomats

  • It should be sobering that a political neophyte who has imbibed the entirety of his campaign know-how over the past two months feels it appropriate -- and hardly worth highlighting -- the fact that he will be a counter-measure to the communist and terrorist forces that the Sarah Palin-approved pundit class has been shoehorning into the public discourse.

    Asher Smith: Refudiate is the New Normalcy

  • "If Lennon's visa is terminated it would be a strategy sic counter-measure."

    Martin Lewis: Still a Drag: John Lennon's Death 30 Years On

  • It appears as though the dealer program is basically a counter-measure to the government program that is aimed at keeping a bubble from forming and then subsequently bursting in the used car market.

    Trevor Traina: Used Car Buying in Our Cash-For-Clunkers World

  • This new initiative is clearly meant to provide a counter-measure to the Republican one, about which a new Field Poll shows plurality support, by a margin of 49% in favor to 42% opposed.

    California Dems Ready Their Own Initiative On The Electoral College

  • Realistic counter-measure for that is the integration of Arrow and Patriot-3 (presently in Israel) and development of the NATO's middle-range missile defence basing on these existing components.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • I could easily design a few relatively cheap electronic counter-measure systems that could improve chances as well.



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