kown ter me zher
n an action taken to offset another action
With toxic silt still flowing downstream in the Pripyat, which is some 441 miles long, a dam on the left bank has been the only effective countermeasure, and dredging remains .
As a countermeasure, the Navy might set its mines to go off at extremely faint signals.
The newest Israeli countermeasure is an electronic barrier that stretches about 40 miles along the Jordan River Valley.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in International Herald Tribune In spite of Washingtons decision to fingerprint Iranian travelers who visit the United States, we have asked legislators to avoid a countermeasure,Ahmadinejad said.
Lee Myung-bak in Xinhua A global crisis requires a global countermeasure, and what is most needed is joint efforts of South Korea and ASEAN that possess great potential and the chance for a rebound,Lee said in his keynote speech marking the opening of a business...
Taro Aso in Earthtimes (press release) Japan will dispatch Self-Defence Force vessels off Somalia as a countermeasure against piracy,said Aso.