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deleterious

 [del″ĕ-tēr´e-us]
injurious; harmful.
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del·e·te·ri·ous

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

(del'ĕ-tēr'ē-ŭs)
Injurious; noxious; harmful.
[G. dēlētērios, fr. dēleomai, to injure]
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DGF remains a surrogate marker of graft function, or not, and the described surgical complications are well documented to deleteriously impact graft function.
They have an impact upon the delivery of hemodialysis services; and they can affect transplant recipients, as well as deleteriously impact the availability of cadaveric organs.
(292.) See Dana & Koniak, supra note 67, at 530-31 (recognizing that "in some sense all acts of present legislature[s]--for example, decisions about whether to declare war, how much money to print, whether to invest in infrastructure, and whether to invest in education--limit what future legislatures might do"); Klarman, supra note 4, at 504-05 ("[Virtually any action taken by today's majority may (deleteriously) affect the future."); Serkin, supra note 3, at 888 ("In principle, this definition is sufficiently broad to encompass every single act that a government undertakes.").
Moreover, it was found a deleteriously suppressed by exposing snails to sublethal concentrations of high nitrogen fertilizer recording the reduction rate 87.78% for snails exposed to 1/10 [LC.sub.50] and 100% for snails that are exposed to the rest of the concentrations (1/4 [LC.sub.50] and 1/2 [LC.sub.50]).
It also elucidates why high carbohydrate intake deleteriously affects your cholesterol profile.
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Slave and colonized self-consciousness affect the orienteering of ADPs deleteriously as to promote pooh-pooh and betrayal of group interests (Baker, 2008; Bennett, 1972; Chinweizu, 1987; Council on Black, 2002).
In the present study, it appears that feeding BF-based silage did not deleteriously affect liver function.
Synopsis: "Dialectical Theology and Jacques Ellul: An Introductory Exposition" argues that the work of Jacques Ellul is frequently and deleteriously misread on account of inattention to the theological underpinning that governs Ellul's thought.
The panel's findings included a determination that downstream Egypt and Sudan will not be deleteriously affected, and may even benefit from reductions of siltation and flooding.
Such progression may be deleteriously affected by activities of daily living such as lifting, bending, sitting and coughing therefore the possibility that the situation could be exacerbated by the application of external forces should not be discounted.