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inimical,

n a homeopathic remedy whose actions hinder, but do not counteract those of another. Also called
incompatible.
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C [USA], Feb 27 ( ANI ): National Football League (NFL) Commissioner Roger Goodell has said he is prepared to fine Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for conduct inimical to the league.
The recent disregard of court orders is an act that is not only inimical to the rule of law but also completely at odds with Kenyans' constitutional rights.
Due to these circumstances, it could not be said that after 2007, the regime of General Pervez Musharraf or of the PPP are inimical towards PML-N rather they were instrumental in bringing back Sharif family into the political arena.
The army chief said that Afghanistan is a brotherly neighbouring country and terrorists are our common enemies against which a trust-based coordinated response is required rather than blame game and media can play a vital role in mitigating the negativity created by inimical forces.
Iranian statement is significant as it comes in the backdrop of several attacks on Shiite mosques in Saudi Arabia, which are believed to be master-minded by forces inimical to Islam.
The meeting also took cognisance of ongoing regional developments and inimical designs against our stability and prosperity.
Such a senseless attack is a desperate attempt by the elements inimical to peace to derail the peace efforts of the government and subvert the rejuvenating economic activity in the state," the chief minister said.
NNA - Police have removed posters from lampposts on Antilias coastal highway deemed inimical towards Saudi Arabia, NNA field reporters said today.
Despite inimical forces intending their effacement, Palestinians are shown, through modalities of art and poetry, to persist in belonging to the land
Such thought is inimical to life and living, he argues, which are processes of continuous transformation.
What seems to be a curse turns into a blessing as Olivia navigates a world inimical to women's independence; and in standing up to her father, her relationship with the tortured hypnotist takes on a new significance.
Coach Chongson had been strongly advised by this Office to refrain from conducting interviews that are inimical to the best interests of the league, hurtful and offensive to the member teams and from issuing reckless statements that tend to question the integrity and independence of member ball clubs," Salud said in a statement.