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self-protection

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Self-defense.

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  • noun self-defence

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the act of defending yourself

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Examples

  • Some call this obvious ploy a mind game, others call it self-protection with a little bit of hypocrisy sprinkled in for good measure.

    HerScopes

  • Some call this obvious ploy a mind game, others call it self-protection with a little bit of hypocrisy sprinkled in for good measure.

    HerScopes

  • Some call this obvious ploy a mind game, others call it self-protection with a little bit of hypocrisy sprinkled in for good measure.

    HerScopes

  • My judgement is that one of the first things to be done with these people, to qualify them for citizenship, for self-protection and self-support, is to impress upon them the family obligations.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Any restrictions that limit the availability of guns for criminal purposes also limit their availability for self-protection.

    Mass Killings Aren't the Real Gun Problem

  • Victims who use guns for defense in crime incidents are less likely to be injured or lose property than otherwise similar victims who either do nothing to resist or adopt other self-protection strategies.

    Mass Killings Aren't the Real Gun Problem

  • As much as Kanye is able to advocate for self-protection though pre-nuptials, there are still many people--celebrities included--who choose not to write up pre-marital agreements.

    Marah Nudel: Divorce & Music Part 1: Gold Digger

  • There is strong empirical evidence showing that the use of guns for self-protection is both frequent and effective.

    Mass Killings Aren't the Real Gun Problem

  • As much as Kanye is able to advocate for self-protection though pre-nuptials, there are still many people--celebrities included--who choose not to write up pre-marital agreements.

    Marah Nudel: Divorce & Music Part 1: Gold Digger

  • In evaluating what someone tells you, it is sensible to provide some margin for puffery, self-protection and defense of one's staff.

    Henry J. Stern: To Do or Not to Do

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