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1 It had just become detrimental to everything we'd do.
2 IMO we will only go down if the atmosphere at home games becomes detrimental .
3 These false memories are often of a traumatic life experience and can become very detrimental to everyday life.
4 Therefore, the Terumah sourdough is not considered something that improved the mixture before it became detrimental .
5 Later, after the sourdough of Chulin fell in, the Terumah became detrimental to the dough.
6 However, if adult support is deficient in a child's coping stages, then tolerable stress can become detrimental .
7 The main issue with conventional dry scanning is scanning surfaces become detrimental in obstructing the light path during the scanning process.
8 However, due to the limits on simulator acceleration, this effect becomes detrimental when transitioning back to a real aircraft.
9 Becoming too familiar with a person, a company, or even a city can become detrimental to one's health.
10 Everyone has a certain amount of physical energy which sometimes becomes detrimental to our mental endeavor when there is too much restlessness.
11 If the Thunder minimize the impact of these role players , then the impact of Duncan and Ginobili becomes much less detrimental .
12 I personally am against penis lengthening surgery and feel because it causes scarring, and therefore contractures it becomes detrimental to the lengthening process, the co inventor actually lost length post surgery making his subsequent 2" gains even more remarkable.
13 He suggests that sometimes personal posts on social media can become detrimental to the relationship, particularly if the couple is not on the same page about what is and is not appropriate to share.
14 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.
15 Ula says that the disagreement between Rebbi Meir and Rebbi Shimon applies when the taste from a prohibited item improves the flavor of a dish at the time it falls in, and only later the taste becomes detrimental .
16 The marbled finish does wear off a little over time, but it has yet to become detrimental to their appearance so far.
17 I didn't just take them for a test-drive - I actually paid for a month's service - and it became detrimental to the health of my private trackers 'ratios' . So I was a customer and a reviewer.
18 In certain cases, it becomes clearly detrimental since it can contribute to increased swelling, increased pulmonary or other secretions, and worsen the shortness of breath.
19 Having overcome most of this environmental stress through the invention of shelter, clothing, food production and medicine, many of these instincts have become detrimental .
20 The case in Ohio became so detrimental to the federal government that Harry Hopkins, supervisor of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, had to federalize Ohio relief.
21 Hypoxia – Hypoxia, or oxygen depletion, is a phenomenon that occurs in aquatic environments as dissolved oxygen becomes reduced in concentration to a point where it becomes detrimental to aquatic organisms living in the system.
22 The fatal decision not to cut down wooded areas near the Stopline now became detrimental to the defenders, who were unable to keep German forces at bay due to the cover the trees provided.
23 Late on January 22, the wind shear and dry air increased while waters became cooler, all of which became detrimental to the storm's structure.
24 Neel suggested the resolution to this problem is that genes which predispose to diabetes (called 'thrifty genes') were historically advantageous, but they became detrimental in the modern world.
25 During 2011 in "Why Smart Meters Might Be a Dumb Idea", Consumers Digest documented several concerns including, that pricing of the utility may become scheduled and become detrimental to users unable to adapt their use and equipment to meet new policies.
26 However, it is important to note that outbreeding depression becomes more detrimental the longer (temporally) that subpopulations have been separated, and that this does hypothesis does not provide an initial mechanism for the evolution of natal philopatry.
27 Recently, Yelp announced its entrance into the location-based social networking space through check-ins with their mobile app; whether or not this becomes detrimental to Foursquare or Gowalla is yet to be seen, as it is still considered a new space in the Internet technology industry.
28 Economic growth requires change, therefore a governance disposed to helping social and economic structures adapt to the changing environment will facilitate growth and a stable transition to new economic structures., until the economic structures become detrimental to the social, political and cultural structures.
29 Such a slow sync speed becomes detrimental if you want to artistically explore the many possibilities of controlling action and background exposure using shutter speed.
30 Sometimes the body can recycle the mistakes , but as it ages that process become more difficult and ultimately the mistakes become detrimental .
31 Of course , studies have found that when coffee and tea are consumed in large amounts, they could become detrimental to one's health.
32 Di Canio in the Premier League would not have to be bland or soulless , but his behaviour could not become detrimental to his club.
33 remote sensors operations – placing remote sensors and beacons are vital for the marking friendly/hostile boundaries and areas for helicopter pilots, for assault or infantry transport, becoming detrimental for combat or logistic support; this mission has made pathfinding operations obsolete.
34 " When you start engaging in any kind of activity, whether it is sex, drugs or work, that becomes detrimental to something else in your life, that's an addiction.