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harmful to the mind or morals

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used of conduct

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Home buyers can enjoy lower utility bills and cleaner air without degrading their homes' curb appeal.
5 dB, divides it into four differential outputs, and delivers each to a separate tuner or modem without degrading the signal quality.
The second patent (6,258,568) covers an improved DNA sequencing method that involves detecting pyrophosphate release as new nucleotides are added to a growing DNA strand and then degrading the unincorporated nucleotides through the addition of a nucleotide-degrading enzyme.
Progen is a world leader in the research and development of inhibitors of heparanase, a glycosaminoglycan degrading enzyme.
Attacks Breast Cancer Cells by Targeting and Degrading the Estrogen
The DM2526 is an active device that provides protection without degrading.
First, because these companies exploited my image in a degrading and insulting way, which in turn degrades, insults, and belittles the work that people are doing to protect our ancient redwoods and the last of our unprotected wild places.
The EKOR barrier will not permit water penetration and will remain in place for centuries without degrading.
The President emphasized that degrading and destroying IS "will continue to require coordination and cooperation among a wide range of global partners, and the United States is strongly committed to continuing to lead the shared efforts" of the coalition, the statement said.
Hydrocarbon degrading bacteria were isolated from the petrol contaminated soil of Karachi to determine their biodegradation capabilities of aromatic hydrocarbons such as xylene, phenanthrene, naphthalene, biphenyl and anthracene.
AHL degrading enzyme that widely studied are AHL lactonase and AHL acylase.
2090 mA create and degrading working and safety scaffold DIN EN 12811-1 and DIN 4420-1, including basic operating time (4 weeks), plus.
Rather than targeting large footloose industries, Doussard argues, workers and activists should challenge degraded work in small, place-bound, local-serving businesses, which are not only the main culprits of degrading work, but are also more vulnerable to pressure from community-based organizations and local politicians.
Exposure to song lyrics that describe degrading sex--sex marked by a power imbalance between partners and a lack of mutual consent--was a powerful predictor of sexual experience in a sample of ninth graders surveyed in Pittsburgh in 2006-2007.
Washington, March 22 (ANI): A new study has determined that almost a quarter of the world's land area is degrading, often in very productive areas.