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  • s  opposing or neutralizing or mitigating an effect by contrary action

  • Then Sir Douglas told of the counteractive efforts of his sales agencies in opening up new territory even in remote Belgian Congo; in introducing machines to 338,000 pupils in .

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    If the board of governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency should decide that it has to go to the Security Council and naturally counteractive measures should be discussed there, the overriding goal has to be that we solve this very... Gerhard Schroeder RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty Aug 9, 2005 22835 30687 counteractive I started working out last Thursday, but for 20 minutes. I do cardio on my own. I'm doing it slow. Now I'm starting to eat more healthy. Because after working out, having fried chicken and mashed potatoes is a little counteractive," explained...

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