NDS denies it was ever involved in piracy and claims its hacking activities were legitimate and preventive.
A country where preventive health care could be inaccessible.
“It can be a very subtle clinical presentation,” says William Schaffner, chair of preventive medicine at Vanderbilt University.
preventive screenings, such as annual physicals, well-baby visits, and mammograms provided free of charge.
Our current preventive routine focuses on treating such cardiac risk factors as hypertension and cholesterol.
It serves to give bulk to the food, and thereby possibly acts as a preventive to constipation.
I followed you as you went to the preventive man to-night; but it is no use.
They also see to it that the criminal is held in preventive detention, if necessary, before trial.
It can be taken at any time, and as a preventive as well as a curative.
preventive measures are the most prudent and safe, and also the most merciful.
preventive pre·ven·tive (prĭ-věn'tĭv) or pre·ven·ta·tive (-tə-tĭv)
Preventing or slowing the course of an illness or a disease; prophylactic. n.
A preventive agent or treatment.