- emption (n.)
- late 15c., "purchase," from Latin emptionem (nominative emptio) "a buying, purchasing; thing bought," noun of action from past participle stem of emere "to buy" (see exempt (adj.)).
- 1. Existing shareholders will have pre-emption rights.
- 2. Not every invocation of the doctrine of pre - emption will be justified.
- 3. True, Administration officials have said that pre - emption can take nonmilitary forms.
- 诚然, 布什政府的官员已说了 先发制人 可以采取非军事方式.
- 4. Ultimately, the doctrine allowing pre - emption of long - term threats has the potential to be enormously destabilizing.
- 从根本上说, 这一允许对 长期 威胁进行预防性攻击的原则本身是非常不稳定的.
- 5. In a similar way , pre - emption can be justified by the nature of today's threats.
- 与之相应的是, 当今威胁的特性也使先发制人有了正当理由.
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