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deleterious

 [del″ĕ-tēr´e-us]
injurious; harmful.

del·e·te·ri·ous

(del'ĕ-tēr'ē-ŭs),
Injurious; noxious; harmful.
[G. dēlētērios, fr. dēleomai, to injure]

deleterious

/del·e·te·ri·ous/ (del″ĕ-tēr´e-us) injurious; harmful.

deleterious

[del′itir′ē·əs]
Etymology: Gk, deleterios, destroyer
harmful or dangerous.

del·e·te·ri·ous

(del'ĕ-tēr'ē-ŭs)
Injurious; noxious; harmful.
[G. dēlētērios, fr. dēleomai, to injure]

deleterious

injurious; harmful.
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Health consequences of VAD are much damaging and deleteriously impact all segments of population, especially pregnant women and children.
Mafias (2012) details how standardized Eurocentric history curriculum that only heralds the accomplishments of White Americans deleteriously impacts the development of a healthy understanding of White racial identity.
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Despite the numerous procedural errors that have occurred, the town continues to blindly allow this ill-sited project to deleteriously impact the public health, safety and welfare of the people who have made their home on Bearsden Road for years.
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Small amounts of the mother's thyroid hormone do cross the placenta and severe uncontrolled maternal hypothyroidism probably deleteriously affects her children.
In fact, serious contributions were made in the midst of a period deleteriously treated as 'closed-door' or 'closed country'.
It seems there are two interrelated facets of life that people in Kanyathi believe have become deleteriously detached to the point of needing to be fixed to ensure family solidarity.
A specific genetic variant may be common across all human populations but only deleteriously affect a biological process in the presence of a particular environmental exposure.
found that, once again, PTSD-related symptoms of avoidance, numbing, and hypervigilence can deleteriously affect academic performance [2], and research with adolescents has found associations between PTSD and school truancy and suspensions [39].