antired

antired

(ˌæntɪˈrɛd)
adj
1. nuclear physics the opposite of red as applied to an antiquark
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to communism
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Beltran, who is also the DOF's antired tape czar, said the interconnection tests under the Asean Single Window would go on until May not only in the Philippines but also in Brunei and Cambodia.
Tan was met by the biggest antired protest yet as Bluebirds fans united to send out an unequivocal message during yesterday's Premier League finale against Chelsea.
However the kind of gluon exchanges that turns red into antired of the quark u cannot differ from that acting similarly on the quark d: it would mean that each gluon "recognizes" its own quark on which to act, i.
LTO chief Edgar Galvante on Tuesday said cases of estafa and violation of the antired tape law were filed in the Quezon City Prosecutor's Office filed against Rhoda Antonio after she allegedly demanded P20,000 from an operator to facilitate the processing and release of his van which was earlier apprehended for being colorum.
When President Aquino made this commitment in 2010, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) launched in October that year the electronic business name registration system (EBNRS), one of the agency's antired tape initiatives in line with the government's policy of streamlining the bureaucratic processes and curbing corruption in the frontline agencies.
The opposite of the red, green, and blue charges are antired, antigreen, and antiblue charges.
This is in reply to the letter sent by Rodolfo Cunanan ("SSS officials violated AntiRed Tape Act," Opinion, 12/16/14) regarding his claim for outstanding Employee Compensation (EC) Permanent Total Disability (PTD) from July 1997 to December 2009.
The youth's power is harnessed by monitoring anticorruption laws like the AntiRed Tape Act through universitybased educational modules and volunteer programs.
Other national and local government agencies would later expand it as mandated under the AntiRed Tape Act (Arta), but this trinity of key information which, as Robredo noted, "unilaterally removed the cloak of anonymity in public service," still forms the core of every citizen's charter in the country.