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insalubrious

 [in″sah-loo´bre-us]
injurious to health.

in·sa·lu·bri·ous

(in'să-lū'brē-ŭs),
Unwholesome; unhealthful; usually describes climate.
[L. in-salubris, unwholesome]

insalubrious

/in·sa·lu·bri·ous/ (in″sah-loo´bre-us) injurious to health.

insalubrious

injurious to health.
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notes that we must also recognize that "the vast majority of racially motivated maimings and killings across Europe over the past decade have been directed at Muslims--not at the asylum-seeking 'aliens' shoved into insalubrious camps, but against second and third-generation Europeans such as my own children, whose continent this is as surely as it is Oriana Fallaci's.
When shame joins forces with secrecy, the experience is unpleasant and insalubrious, and the person wants to get rid of it.
In contradistinction, lower social class conservatories were clustered outside the city walls or in insalubrious areas.
inconvenient and insalubrious, and are at the same time so densely
James Street and other insalubrious neighbourhoods in the East.
They pointed to statistical patterns revealing that yellow fever and other epidemic diseases were born of and in hot climates and hot weather only, and ceased with the coming of the frost (while trade, of course, continued year-round); that yellow fever was often preceded, accompanied, or succeeded by insalubrious conditions of the atmosphere; and that most cases of the first wave in an epidemic originated in low lands and in or near localities believed to be impure (LaRoche, II, 268-562).
No one doubts that it's essential to use some form of filtering or management software to ensure that staff who have desktop Internet access don't stray into some of the more insalubrious corners of the Web.
Observing the insalubrious comportment exhibited by the Democratic Party concerning Enron (and the lack of same concerning Global Crossing), it occurred to me that if there were no Enron ``scandal'' involving President Bush and Vice President Cheney, they would invent one.
Riis blamed the poor conditions he encountered on the Jewish residents, charging that their desire to increase their wealth made them willing to live in even the most insalubrious of conditions.
With this in mind, "residential schooling was advocated as a means to 'save' Aboriginal children from the insalubrious influences of home life on reserve.
Reaching back into her childhood, she dredges up salubrious and insalubrious -- albeit excoriating -- moments of times past.
The Republican government's greater propensity simply to abandon public offenders in uninhabited and insalubrious frontier regions was likely a symptom of this transition in institutional strategies of social control.