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1 I feel it could be seriously detrimental .
2 Or I'd do something seriously detrimental .
3 In many ways, the policies implemented in the name of neo-liberalism have had seriously detrimental economic outcomes.
4 There 's also evidence to suggest that early unemployment can have a seriously detrimental effect on earning potential.
5 Thus to look for the ideal city is not only a waste of time but may be seriously detrimental .
6 As we all know , this additional complexity and bloat is seriously detrimental to a normal (functional) standard.
7 The shocking state of the pitches still blights the region though - seriously detrimental to the play of batsman and bowler alike.
8 The Disclosure Directive also allows competent authorities to exempt EC-listed companies from the requirement to notify the public if the disclosure would be contrary to the public interest or seriously detrimental to the company concerned (provided that the public would not be misled); this does not, however, exempt a person acquiring voting rights from having to disclose them to the company if a relevant threshold is reached.
9 Section 7(4) imposes a duty on the disposal authority to issue such a notice where it appears that continuation of activities to which the licence relates would cause pollution of water, a danger to public health or are seriously detrimental to amenities of the locality , and cannot be avoided by modifying the conditions specified in the licence.
10 Alternatively, if in exercise of their supervisory duty under s.9(1) the disposal authority form the opinion that modification of the licence conditions is necessary to ensure that the disposal operation does not cause pollution to water or danger to public health, or become seriously detrimental to the amenities of the locality then s.7(1) (b) imposes a further duty on them, i.e. the disposal authority SHALL serve a notice on the company modifying the conditions.
11 From 1883, the reform of the Irish university system with the dissolution of the old Queen's University and the foundation of the Royal University in its place had a seriously detrimental effect on the number of students enrolling at Q.C.G. The Society also suffered, and the status and prominence within the city of Galway of its debates and addresses declined.
12 If Æquiprobabilism is false, it is seriously detrimental to the spiritual life of the faithful, since it imposes burdens which ought not to be imposed.
13 Probabilism, if untrue, is seriously detrimental to the spiritual life of the faithful, since it permits actions which ought to be forbidden, and the Church cannot tolerate or give approval to such a moral system.
14 I put it to you that any alteration of Church Lane at any point between the A Nineteen and the centre of the village would be seriously detrimental to the existing character of that area.
15 This is not to say that raptors are ever comprise a significant portion in any known study of this owl's diet but predation can be seriously detrimental for such prey, as raptors tend to be territorial and sparsely distributed as a rule and thus can be effectively decimated by a small number of loses.
16 It is clear that by the time Ronald Reagan entered office concerns generated by the spectre of the imperial presidency and intensified by the pattern of misgovernment symbolized by Watergate had had a seriously detrimental effect on public perceptions of the presidency.
17 in relation to the first mentioned such school, which shall be treated for the purposes of this Act as the specified school. (3) The duty imposed by subsection (1) above does not apply– (a) if placing the child in the specified school would– (i) make it necessary for the authority to take an additional teacher into employment; (ii) give rise to significant expenditure on extending or otherwise altering the accommodation at or facilities provided in connection with the school; (iii) be seriously detrimental to the continuity of the child's education; (iv) be likely to be seriously detrimental to order and discipline in the school; (v) be likely to be seriously detrimental to the educational well-being of pupils attending the school; (vi) assuming that pupil numbers remain constant, make it necessary, at the commencement of a future stage of the child's primary education, for the authority to elect either to create an additional class (or an additional composite class) in the 41 Repealed by Education (Scotland) Act 1981
18 this Act as the specified school. (3) The duty imposed by subsection (1) above does not apply– (a) if placing the child in the specified school would– (i) make it necessary for the authority to take an additional teacher into employment; (ii) give rise to significant expenditure on extending or otherwise altering the accommodation at or facilities provided in connection with the school; (iii) be seriously detrimental to the continuity of the child's education; (iv) be likely to be seriously detrimental to order and discipline in the school; (v) be likely to be seriously detrimental to the educational well-being of pupils attending the school; (vi) assuming that pupil numbers remain constant, make it necessary, at the commencement of a future stage of the child's primary education, for the authority to elect either to create an additional class (or an additional composite class) in the 41 Repealed by Education (Scotland) Act 1981 (c. 58), Sch. 9 (Represents Current Law in Force - for
19 ) above does not apply– (a) if placing the child in the specified school would– (i) make it necessary for the authority to take an additional teacher into employment; (ii) give rise to significant expenditure on extending or otherwise altering the accommodation at or facilities provided in connection with the school; (iii) be seriously detrimental to the continuity of the child's education; (iv) be likely to be seriously detrimental to order and discipline in the school; (v) be likely to be seriously detrimental to the educational well-being of pupils attending the school; (vi) assuming that pupil numbers remain constant, make it necessary, at the commencement of a future stage of the child's primary education, for the authority to elect either to create an additional class (or an additional composite class) in the 41 Repealed by Education (Scotland) Act 1981 (c. 58), Sch. 9 (Represents Current Law in Force - for pending amendments see Prospective Law on Westlaw UK.) Education (Scotland) Act 1980 Page
20 Smith gave evidence to the Leveson inquiry and, in his written statement, he advocated self-regulation as "the only way to secure the objective of ethical behaviour in the press." By contrast, "statutory control of the press is potentially seriously detrimental to democracy."
21 How Texting Can Ruin Relationships DNews Audience Survey : http://dne.ws/1dLMDtq A new study out of Brigham Young University shows too much texting in a relationship can be seriously detrimental .
22 All processed chemicals that are used in foods have seriously detrimental effects on human health and energy levels and have no place in the modern human diet