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  1. On the contrary, it is highly deleterious to health.
  2. Such acts may be deleterious to the wider community.
  3. The deleterious effects on these sons are a function of attributed meanings.
  4. Among the deleterious effects caused by a saline atmosphere, may be mentioned the ophthalmia of Egypt.
  5. Independently of the facts already stated, there are many others which prove its deleterious agency upon the vegetable creation.

  6. But, no matter how strong this action of hypnotization may be, the chief and most deleterious activity of the churches does not lie in this.
  7. On his return to India from South Africa in 1915, Gāndhi toured the country to learn first hand the deleterious effects of the British Rāj.
  8. In what way does the salt operate in producing its deleterious effects on the leaves of vegetables? It is by no means easy to answer this question.
  9. Being transported into a solid rather than vaporous medium would result not in a sonic boom but an explosion similar to a meteor strike, with obvious deleterious effects upon those transported.
  10. These paintings of the Christ have exerted a deleterious influence on youth; the temple merchants would hardly have fled before Jesus if he had been such a man as your artists usually have depicted.
  11. While our examination of the hurt Warrior indicated treatment had not been deleterious, the patient failed to recover, and it was elected to salvage his spores and to consign him to the soil where he was born.
  12. The convalescents there had a right to walk freely through the corridors to take exercise, and to breathe air less pestilential than that of our infirmary, which was close and saturated with deleterious emanations.
  13. Note that small negative correlations are often seen between short-term bonds and many stock assets because rising interest rates usually have a deleterious effect on stock prices while increasing the short-term bond return.
  14. On the other hand, offensive actions and spoken, offensive words certainly can and do hurt others, but the point of this observation is to describe the deleterious effect of negative thinking upon the person harboring that thinking.
  15. She trusted him such that she didn’t read the small print, no doubt concerning the reason this procedure was still not cleared by the medical council, and thus any deleterious effects would not incur professional liability on behalf of the administrator.

  16. Because repeated iterations of the same activities can be the consequence of this statelessness, NFS is also designed to be as idempotent as possible, meaning that the repeated performance of the same task will not have a deleterious effect on the performance of the system.
  17. Given that most growth stocks were still reeling from the deleterious economic and wealth effects of the dot-com bubble-popping in March of 2000, 9/11 did little to embolden or even encourage consumers to spend as they simply became more cautious, drawing like turtles into their shells.
  18. I beg to be excused for asking him (for I know he scorns submission as much as any man) if submission will pay the public debt? To that gentleman's acute and comprehensive mind, the deleterious consequences of the present system of the belligerents to our interests, must be glowing, self-evident.
  19. First off, Taiwan, a neutral state in your conflict, has seen its maritime and commercial air traffic drastically curtailed and inhibited by the armed hostilities just off its shores, something that in turn had severe and deleterious effects on its economy and trade, part of the latter being done with the United States, by the way.
  20. Perhaps because of Harry's own trailblazing, in attending a British University, perhaps because of the 'educational fever' which had been ignited in the little village; whatever the cause, it seemed that the Council's 'remedy' to address the deleterious effects of the idle youth was at last beginning to have a positive impact on the community.
  21. We are just like ignorant doctors who put a man, recovering from illness by the force of nature, into the most unfavorable conditions of hygiene, and dose him with the most deleterious drugs, and then assert triumphantly that their hygiene and their drugs saved his life, when the patient would have been well long before if they had left him alone.
  22. And, moreover, Madame Lefrancois, one must know botany, be able to distinguish between plants, you understand, which are the wholesome and those that are deleterious, which are unproductive and which nutritive, if it is well to pull them up here and re-sow them there, to propagate some, destroy others; in brief, one must keep pace with science by means of pamphlets and public papers, be always on the alert to find out improvements.
  23. A society in the throes of a Cultural War (or a War of Ideas), whose socially transmitted customs are under assault, is never quite apparent to the uninitiated, (unlike the attendant violence of civil wars, for example, whose apparent destruction of person and property, not to mention its deleterious effect on the economy, are much easier to assess), and whose consequential impact on that society‘s traditions (usually) take longer for an non-engaging or morally indifferent society to absorb.
  24. Would not the earth, quickened to an evil purpose by the sympathy of his eye, greet him with poisonous shrubs, of species hitherto unknown, that would start up under his fingers? Or might it suffice him, that every wholesome growth should be converted into something deleterious and malignant at his touch? Did the sun, which shone so brightly everywhere else, really fall upon him? Or was there, as it rather seemed, a circle of ominous shadow moving along with his deformity, whichever way he turned himself? And whither was he now going? Would he not suddenly sink into the earth, leaving a barren and blasted spot, where, in due course of time, would be seen deadly nightshade, dogwood, henbane, and whatever else of vegetable wickedness the climate could produce, all flourishing with hideous luxuriance? Or would he spread bat's wings and flee away, looking so much the uglier, the higher he rose towards heaven?
  25. According to this teaching it is not important for a man to profess in life the truth that has been revealed to him, and so inevitably be compelled to realize it in life, or at least not to do acts which are contrary to the professed truth; not to serve the government and not to increase its power, if he considers this power to be deleterious; not to make use of the capitalistic structure, if he considers this structure to be irregular; not to show any respect for various ceremonies, if he considers them to be a dangerous superstition; not to take part in the courts, if he considers their establishment to be false; not to serve as a soldier; not to swear; in general, not to lie, not to act as a scoundrel, but, without changing the existing forms of life, and submitting to them, contrary to his opinion, he should introduce liberalism into the existing institutions; coöperate with industry, the propaganda of socialism, the advancement of what is called the sciences, and the diffusion of culture.

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