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  • But more than that, the younger ranks were frustrated with Baradar's minimum-risk policy of using small-unit harassment actions to wear down and outlast the U.S. presence.

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  • From then on, the British government was driven by worst-case scenarios based on a minimum-risk strategy.

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  • Add a crew-rated booster with a relatively low capacity, maybe even a modified Soyuz booster, and you have minimum-cost and minimum-risk.

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  • "We have to justify to the board why we would want to continue to hold them, which might be because they are a high-quality, minimum-risk security," Ms. Cunningham said.

  • When Aanestad toured the camp before it was converted to an adult facility in 2005, he was assured by prison officials that it would house only "minimum-risk" inmates.

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  • Navy Engineering Change Proposal (ECP 583) and was the most cost effective, minimum-risk method to satisfy the CF-18 modernization requirements.

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