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“South Korean women chatting next to a sculpture in Seoul, fleeing flooding north of Bangkok, postattack precautions in Kashmir, and more.”
“It is true that pre-attack vaccination will make any postattack policy work better by reducing the number of susceptibles in the population.”
“I think the most important thing is to plan for efficient postattack mass vaccinations.”
“The risks posed by vaccination are not really an issue postattack in a large outbreak.”
“At the Pentagon, Baran found planners who were thinking in unemotional terms about postattack scenarios and making quantitative estimates of the destruction that would result from a Soviet nuclear ballistic missile attack.”
“HUNTER: The latest edition of the reality behemoth "Survivor" aired Thursday in a new, postattack climate.”
“But conversations with eight current and recent top Israeli security officials suggested several things: since Israel has been demanding the new sanctions, including an oil embargo and seizure of Iran's Central Bank assets, it will give the sanctions some months to work; the sanctions are viewed here as probably insufficient; a military attack remains a very real option; and postattack situations are considered less perilous than one in which Iran has nuclear weapons.”
“In September 2001, Congress passed the Air Transportation Safety and System Stabilization Act, which authorized payments of up to five billion dollars in assistance to reimburse airlines for the postattack four-day shutdown of air traffic and attributable losses through the end of 2001.”
“The fact that Warner Bros. moved "Training Day's" release date from Sept. 21 to Oct. 5 was as much a consequence of postattack decorum than advertising: the studio felt it could not adequately promote the film while TV stations, magazines and newspapers offered saturation terrorism coverage. ”
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