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vit·i·a·tion

(vish-ē-ā'shŭn),
A change that impairs use or reduces efficiency.
[L. vitiatio fr. vitio, pp. vitiatus, to corrupt, fr. vitium, vice]

vitiation

A near-extinct term for the debilitation, deterioration or weakening of a process or condition.

vit·i·a·tion

(vish'ē-ā'shŭn)
A change that impairs use or reduces efficiency.
[L. vitiatio fr. vitio, pp. vitiatus, to corrupt, fr. vitium, vice]

vit·i·a·tion

(vish'ē-ā'shŭn)
Change that impairs use or reduces efficiency.
[L. vitiatio fr. vitio, pp. vitiatus, to corrupt, fr. vitium, vice]
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The general public is requested to refrain from sharing/ circulating any type of fake messages/videos in the social media which might vitiate the peaceful atmosphere.
The historical errors and distortions that follow from this omission vitiate the book.
Narrowly construed from the tax perspective, Transpac makes clear that a serious conflict of interest on the part of a TMP, at least one instigated by the IRS, may vitiate actions purportedly carried out in his representative capacity.
As to the alleged "acceptance," the Court found that the return of the uncashed checks, without unreasonable delay following discovery of the clerical error, was an inadvertent act, which did not vitiate the predicate notices to the proceeding.
This, in turn, would vitiate the uniqueness of our claim to attention and the justification for our impulse to prevail.
Ekelund also states that the report "attempts to vitiate history" by narrowing the conflict down to a two- year period, beginning with the death of a terrorist in 2016.
'It is therefore important to avoid comments which would vitiate the existing positive spirit of cooperation in Pak-Afghan bilateral relations, ' the Foreign Office said.
The spokesperson also warned that such reports can only be viewed as 'malicious propaganda to vitiate the existing cooperation between the two countries.' The New York Times had also reported Afghan officials as claiming the Taliban were aided by foreign fighters, including Pakistanis and Chechens, and even some Al Qaeda affiliates.
In the absence of official communications through regular channels established bilaterally, such reports could not be given any credence, and could only be viewed as malicious propaganda to vitiate the existing cooperation between the two countries, it added.
He said these reports can only be viewed as malicious propaganda to vitiate the existing cooperation between the two countries.
UTTAR Pradesh Minority Affairs Minister Azam Khan on Tuesday accused the Central government and the BJP of playing a ' dangerous game' to vitiate the atmosphere in the state.
All of the T shareholders pledge their AC stock to a third party and receive cash: A pledge is not a "disposition" and therefore should not vitiate continuity of shareholder interest.