non-lethal


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non-lethal

[ˈnɒnˈliːθl] ADJ [weapon] → no mortífero; [wound] → no mortal
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1 "Non-lethal Weapons for Law Enforcement Research Needs and Priorities," (Washington DC: U.S.
The material is non-toxic, non-lethal and does not spread flame, contribute fuel or develop smoke.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 7, 2019-: Global Non-Lethal Weapons Market to 2025: Market is Projected to Grow by US$5.2 Billion
The department's research and preliminary trials with the non-lethal TASER system uncovered some encouraging results.
David Deluca, a lawyer for the Shin family, recently told The Boston Globe that toxicology tests indicated that Elizabeth had experienced a non-lethal overdose, which might have made her unresponsive when candles sparked a fire.
Bell Strip[TM], which was awarded a US Patent in August 2005, is a uniquely designed electric track system that displaces birds by giving them a powerful, yet non-lethal, shock upon landing on the device.
Though this is the first documented instance of trauma-transmitted cancer cells, scientists know of one similar case: a non-lethal venereal sarcoma that passes between dogs during genital contact.
Most strains are confined only to birds and are generally non-lethal, much like human influenza viruses.
The explosion in the use of the non-lethal guns - which use a barbed dart attached to a cable to deliver a powerful electric shock - has alarmed MPs, who last night demanded an inquiry.
May 25, 2005 the United States announced resumption of transfers of non-lethal defense articles and services to the Government of Indonesia.
A new non-lethal weapon failed to disperse the crowd before the violence began.
The Alliance said this made the licence confusing and required shooters to demonstrate that non-lethal methods of pest control, such as scaring, were unsuccessful before they could undertake lethal methods of control.

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