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2. The alarm is usually sufficient to deter a would-be thief.
3. These measures are designed to deter an enemy attack.
4. Her words of warning would hardly deter him.
5. Arming the police doesn't deter crime.
6. Such a statement was hardly calculated to deter future immigrants.
7. Arrests and jail sentences have done nothing to deter the protesters.
8. Does prison deter criminals from offending again?
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9. The windows are covered with grilles to deter vandals.
10. These new rules are likely to deter people from coming forward for help.
11. There is little evidence that harsher punishments deter any better than more lenient ones.
12. Failure did not deter him .
13. Bad weather didn't deter them from starting their vacation.
14. Fear of failure should not deter you from trying.
15. Nothing shall deter us from doing what we think right.
16. Will this harsher punishment effectively deter criminals?
17. The wild weather did not deter some people from swimming in the sea.
18. The security camera was installed to deter people from stealing.
19. Timber is often treated with creosote to deter rot.
20. The high price of the service could deter people from seeking advice.
21. The lack of facilities in the town may deter the casual visitor.
22. The skunk releases a pungent smell to deter the enemy.
23. The threat of jail failed to deter him from petty crime.
24. The present system does little to deter corporate crime.
25. Punitive damages are designed to punish and deter misconduct.
26. Such uncertainty could deter potential private freight operators.
27. If this fails to deter the enemy[sentencedict.com], the possum promptly drops dead.
28. This can deter your reference from answering. 4.
29. Supporters of the death penalty argue that it would deter criminals from carrying guns.
30. It is time to go beyond the shibboleth that conventional forces cannot deter.
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