disarming : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dis or ming

  • n  act of reducing or depriving of arms
  • v  remove offensive capability from
  • v  make less hostile; win over
  • v  take away the weapons from; render harmless
  • s  capable of allaying hostility

  • During the fighting I met Massoud at his headquarters north of Kabul and was struck by his intense integrity, charisma and disarming humor.
  • Her goofy humor and disarming frankness won Meredith Vieira myriad fans as the host of The View and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
  • Not only is it refusing to even discuss disarming right now, it appears to be reaching an agreement with the Lebanese government under which it would refrain from displaying its .
News & Articles

  • Celebs urge Obama to push for 'world without nuclear weapons'
    A new video starring top Hollywood celebrities urges President Obama to set forth a plan for disarming the world of nuclear weapons at this week's G-8 Summit in Northern Ireland. The video was produced by Global Zero, a D.C.-based "social movement" whose mission is "to eliminate all nuclear ...
    June 17, 2013 - The Washington Times

  • Jay Lefkowitz in The Australian
    North Korea is not serious in disarming in a timely manner,Mr Lefkowitz said in a speech and comments implicitly questioning the strategy adopted by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice after the North exploded a nuclear bomb 15 months ago....
  • Hamid Karzai in Dallas Morning News
    I strongly believe ...... that we must engage strategically in disarming terrorism by stopping their sources of supply of money, training, equipment and motivation,Karzai said.
  • Ehud Olmert in San Francisco Chronicle
    Israel can't accept a situation in which Hamas, in its present form as a terror group calling for the destruction of Israel, will be part of the Palestinian Authority without disarming,Olmert said in a statement issued by his office.

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