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1 The lack of initiative may be particularly detrimental in modern warfare.
2 The practice of burning the fields is particularly detrimental to grassland tinamous.
3 In warfare the use of weapons and explosives has particularly detrimental effect on cultural property.
4 Here, we touch on some reversals that are particularly detrimental to the securities industry.
5 The application with the particularly detrimental effect on operators' jobs was the biscuit dough mixing automation.
6 Similar to verbally aggressive messages, hurtful messages that are stated intensely may be viewed as particularly detrimental .
7 Although not the intention of most parents, putting children in the middle of conflict is particularly detrimental .
8 Anger and hatred are particularly detrimental to the healing process, and in fact, often worsen the problem.
9 Restrictions on economic activity in Area C of the West Bank have been particularly detrimental to the Palestinian economy.
10 Much controversy surrounds microcredit loans in regards to empowering women, Karim argues, based on a 1999 ethnographic study, that microcredit nongovernmental organizations have too much power over the lives of rural people, which has a particularly detrimental effect on women.
11 The mathematical error which overcompensated for inflation was particularly detrimental given the double-digit inflation of this period, and the error led to benefit increases that were nowhere near financially sustainable.
12 There are concerns that increasing acidification could have a particularly detrimental effect on corals (16% of the world's coral reefs have died from bleaching caused by warm water in 1998, which coincidentally was, at the time, the warmest year ever recorded) and other marine organisms with calcium carbonate shells.
13 Co-author Professor Harvey Whiteford, from the University of Queensland, stated: "There is no doubt Australia has a culture, especially among our young people, which does not see the taking of illicit substances or binge drinking as particularly detrimental to the health.
14 In Friedburg and Hunt's survey of empirical immigration studies in 1995, they authors found that while some cross-sectional studies showed a slight decrease in domestic worker wages as a result of immigration, the effect was only slight, and not particularly detrimental .
15 Treatment of callers varies with Patrick's mood and how eloquent or interesting the callers as a whole have been; Patrick has been known to shut down the live feed altogether if the callers have been particularly detrimental to the show's flow.
16 Current evidence suggests that there are many different genes that can influence language learning, and SLI results when a child inherits a particularly detrimental combination of risk factors, each of which may have only a small effect.
17 According to a 2006 MIT study cited by "Bloomberg Businessweek", forced ranking can be particularly detrimental for company undergoing layoffs: "As the company shrinks, the rigid distribution of the bell curve forces managers to label a high performer as a mediocre.
18 The 2007-2008 world food price crisis has renewed calls for farm subsidies to be removed in light of evidence that farm subsidies contribute to rocketing food prices, which has a particularly detrimental impact on developing countries.
19 This is particularly detrimental to the ecosystem of the region because the Yangtze River basin is home to 361 different fish species and accounts for twenty-seven percent of all endangered freshwater fish species in China.
20 The 1896 election was particularly detrimental to the Populist Party in the South, dividing the party between members who favored cooperation with the Democrats to achieve results at the national level and members who favored cooperation with the Republicans to achieve reform at a state level.
21 In "The Wrongs of Woman" the heroine's indulgence on romantic fantasies fostered by novels themselves is depicted as particularly detrimental .
22 Scientists discover that DNA damage occurs as part of normal brain activity Scientists at the Gladstone Institutes have discovered that a certain type of DNA damage long thought to be particularly detrimental to brain cells can actually be part of a regular, non-harmful process.
23 This approach has been particularly detrimental to dengue control because, in most countries, surveillance is very inadequate; the system to detect increased transmission normally relies on reports by local physicians who often do not consider dengue in their differential diagnoses.
24 Such an approach may be particularly detrimental where the government is trying to encourage investment and development, because taxes simply reduce profitability.
25 One aspect of pine plantation management that is particularly detrimental to turkeys is the patchwork-quilt effect that some areas develop when adjacent stands are converted to pines every few years.
26 Drying is particularly detrimental to tank cleaning, as the oil/fat sticks to the walls and can be removed only with difficulty.