And he revealed that he was prescribed the favourite Scots tipple of whisky - and antibiotics - to fend off
The system was developed to fend off
the growing breed of viruses that spread through the Internet by infecting not end-user PCs but the servers that drive the web.
Cisco wants to offer faster versions of its most expensive switches and routers to fend off
competition from Lucent Technologies Inc.
Here's the good news in this report: the most promising tool currently available to fend off
overtraining isn't complicated or expensive, and it doesn't require a sophisticated laboratory or highly trained personnel.
96-1940 (CA-7, July 2, 1997), the investment advisory fees a company pays to fend off
a hostile takeover are deductible, while those it pays to facilitate the ultimate merger must be capitalized.
Because subcontractors--not the clothing manufacturers themselves--employ these workers, the industry has managed to fend off
traditional organizing efforts.
The moves helped the Dime fend off
the worried regulators, and helped reduce the thrift's total nonperforming assets to $335 million.
Rather than accept offers to trim it back, Lawson plans to guy the trunks together to fend off
challengers to its champion status.
However, the companies will first have to fend off
threats from con artists and deadbeat applicants.
Summary: A top Iranian military officer has said Tehran managed to fend off
a campaign by 86 countries to topple the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
50) is a leave-in cream which can be applied to wet or dry hair to fend off
the sun's harmful rays.
Those findings led researchers to suspect that most mosquitoes have a genetic predisposition to fend off
Recalling the congressman's closer-than-usual 2004 election, Pitney speculated that Dreier may also be working early to fend off
a primary challenge in 2006.
They do not fend off
being looked at, but they fend off
Together the boys must fend off
starvation, wolverines, grizzlies, blizzards, unimaginable cold, and injuries to survive until spring.