Animal Damage Control (ADC) Program

Business / Agriculture / Animal Damage Control (ADC) Program: Renamed in 1997 as the Wildlife Services (WS) program, it is an Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service effort to protect agriculture, natural resources, property or endangered species from unwanted and potentially harmful effects of wildlife species, including predators. ADC also works to prevent wildlife/airplane collision hazards at civilian and military airports.

Other Words for Animal

Animal Adjective Synonyms: zoological, zooid, animalistic
Animal Noun Synonyms: creature, being, mammal, organism
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Other Words for Control

Control Noun Synonyms: restraint, check, curb, mastery, command, dominance, domination
Control Verb Synonyms: command, dominate, direct, steer, pilot, hold sway over, rule, exercise power or authority over, govern, manage, lead, conduct, be in control (of), call the tune, guide, oversee, supervise
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Other Words for Damage

Damage Noun Synonyms: harm, injury, hurt, impairment, mutilation, destruction, devastation
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Other Words for Program

Program Noun Synonyms: schedule, plan, scheme, agenda, order of the day, routine, protocol, slate, list, listing, description, outline, abstract, , calendar, menu, bill of fare, curriculum, syllabus, synopsis, summary, prospectus
Program Verb Synonyms: performance, production, show, presentation, (radio or television) play, telecast, broadcast, recital, concert
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Non-Program Crops

Business / Agriculture / Non-Program Crops: Any agricultural commodity not covered by federal commodity programs. Program crops are wheat, corn, barley, grain sorghum, oats, upland cotton, and rice. MORE

Nominal Damages

Business / Real Estate / Nominal Damages: Monetary damages of a token amount awarded for a wrongful act where no loss occurred. MORE

Neuromuscular Reprogramming

Health / Massage / Neuromuscular Reprogramming: Neuromuscular Reprogramming (NMR) uses muscle testing to assess dysfunctions of the coordination system resulting from traumatic injury and overuse. It cues the brain for new learning resulting in the MORE

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