nonpermissive


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nonpermissive

(ˌnɒnpəˈmɪsɪv)
adj
(Biology) biology (of a cell) that does not support the replication of a virus
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However, being turboprop aircraft, they are slow moving and would be highly exposed in a nonpermissive operating environment.
In future nonpermissive environments, most phases of RSOI may have to occur within the strategic support area.
While RPAs have a demonstrated advantage over manned assets in uncontested and permissive environments, they may well represent a disadvantage in contested and nonpermissive environments.
I recommend these shirts as a viable option for legal carry during nonpermissive situations.
The ability to operate in fast-paced, contested, nonpermissive, force-on-force engagements, particularly under conditions of degraded communications, will drive the need for increased autonomy.
Nonetheless, the broader story illustrates the contribution of each of the Services, including the Army, in conducting joint warfare in an unforgiving, nonpermissive environment.
Posen notes that it is not the challenge of air superiority but rather ground defenses that pose the most serious obstacle to command of the air in nonpermissive environments.
operate in nonpermissive airspace, taking on roles currently performed
Self-ligands for CD1a can be either permissive, such as lysophosphatidylcholine that allows activation of autoreactive T cells as it allows the contact of the CD1a with the TCR, or nonpermissive, such as sphingomyelin that disrupts the TCR-CD1a contact zone and in this way does not allow activation of CD1a-restricted T cells [48].
HPV, adenoviruses, and polyomaviruses induce the host cell transformation while infecting nonpermissive cells and integrating into the host genome (see Table 1).
mreD cells was not a secondary effect of their spheroidal shape came from study of a pbp2ts strain which, when grown under nonpermissive conditions, also undergoes a rod-to-sphere transition.
Military forces must often enter areas with nonpermissive environments.