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1 The end result can be highly detrimental to both parties.
2 These debacles proved highly detrimental to India-Pakistan relations.
3 Anything else is highly detrimental to our success, and image in the world.
4 Turkey's policies have centered on averting three scenarios deemed highly detrimental to it.
5 The effects of solitary confinement on juveniles can be highly detrimental to their growth.
6 Day and night bombing and the destruction of trees is highly detrimental to bird-life.
7 These fish are thought to be highly detrimental to the environment in parts of the United States.
8 Laboratory experiments suggest beneficial effects for a few species, with potentially highly detrimental effects for a substantial number of species.
9 Both of these non-conserved amino-acid substitutions would have highly detrimental effects on the catalytic function of the putative protein-tyrosine kinase.
10 Such recycled water may not be a health hazard to the human population but it may be highly detrimental to fish.
11 This decree provided windfall gains to several well-connected Nigerians, but proved highly detrimental to non-oil investment in the Nigerian economy.
12 This proved highly detrimental to the club's fortunes and KSK finished bottom in 2007, and relegated to the second division.
13 Overall, then, at least in terms of public health, this approach can be deemed to have highly detrimental effects.
14 Such unwilling SHS exposure can be considered "a form of child abuse that is highly detrimental to health, general welfare, and safety.
15 The government's policy of dividing the different ethnic groups among the African population has in some cases encouraged particularist nationalisms, nowhere more so than in Kwazulu, where the 'Zulu nationalism' of the Inkatha movement has contributed to a polarization of black society in Natal, with highly detrimental effects on the education system and on the lives of young people (Chapter 13).
16 Sources here said that if Mr Schalck-Golodkowski was put on trial his inside knowledge of life under Mr Erich Honecker could prove highly detrimental to the already disgraced former East German leaders.
17 This tax can be highly detrimental to businesses that hold large amounts of their own or other companies' stock and that have valuable trademarks.
18 Whilst alcohol may be seen by some as a toxin, and excessive intake has been known for some time to be highly detrimental to human life expectancy, studies are also now showing that a moderate intake of alcohol can significantly increase human life expectancy.
19 Navy officers from the French Royal Navy of the Ancien Régime, the "officiers rouges", openly despised the new social order brought about by the French First Republic, and were particularly frustrated by the lack of discipline generated by the philosophy of "égalité", as highly detrimental to the organisation of the Navy.
20 Too many boys are coddled and entertained, demonstrating a laziness that will be highly detrimental to their future prospects as husband and father.
21 The month after his arrival, however, a group of white students wrote to the faculty, complaining that "the admission of blacks to the medical lectures highly detrimental to the interests, and welfare of the Institution of which we are members.
22 In 2009 the direct opposite hypothesis to Gaia was proposed: that life has highly detrimental (biocidal) impacts on planetary conditions.
23 Trans fats are very rare in nature, and have been shown to be highly detrimental to human health, but have properties useful in the food processing industry, such as rancidity resistance.
24 Once they are haunted with this dreadful apprehension that Muslim women, too, stand in the same predicament in case the Hindus win, the future Muslim conquerors will never dare think of such molestation of Hindu women..... It was the suicidal Hindu idea of chivalry to women which saved the Muslim women.....Their womanhood became their shield.....But because of the then prevalent perverted religious ideas about chivalry to women, which ultimately proved highly detrimental to the Hindu community, neither Shivaji Maharaj nor Chimaji Appa could do such wrongs to the Muslim women.
25 Peter Mackenzie, director of Mainstream Publishing in Edinburgh, has no doubt that VAT would have a ' highly detrimental effect' on the book trade.
26 For a company like Valve that sells hundreds of millions of dollars worth of software , having to work within the confines of an app store model could be highly detrimental .
27 Windows is not a desirable brand , its something people put up with because they have no other choice in many cases, it's highly detrimental in a market where users realise they do have choice.
28 As the loss of a human being inflicts enormous grief upon the individuals close to the victim , as well as the fact that the commission of a murder is highly detrimental to the good order within society, most societies both present and in antiquity have considered it a most serious crime worthy of the harshest of punishment.
29 It was found that the older system of printing off dots and dashes involved an expenditure of electrical power highly detrimental to the cables–in fact, burning them up with excessive use.
30 ferry route to India and China and the oil now supplied from Iraq and Iran, all stood a good chance of being lost to the Axis, a situation that would be highly detrimental to any Allied efforts in western Europe.
31 The Legislative Assembly Committee on Environmental Affairs chaired by C P Mohammed MLA found the Airport Project " highly detrimental to the environment"
32 "What devastates me is that I am absolutely unaware as to the reason for cuts that's been made in my novel, cuts having nothing to do with normal mode of editing and which are highly detrimental to the novel.