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Nage say a child should be able to walk before parents again engage in sex, thus resulting in a desired spacing of pregnancies, bur it is unclear whether an interaction of semen and mother's milk is germane to this idea or whether sex is thought to deleteriously affect the new child.
9) In this deleteriously luxuriant setting, Esiague appears as an agent of change: Amedra's fears subside because his presence coincides with a potentially new cultural stage.
However, obesity is not a drug dependent disease but an irreversible disease of the brain which deleteriously spread complications to all organs and systems.
Where this occurs, the developed midstorey vegetation (2) competes with overstorey eucalypts for soil water, and (3) alters soil microclimate conditions that deleteriously affect overstorey eucalypt-ectomycorrhizal interactions.
The thought of such a reputation was moreover terrifying as it would deleteriously affect publishers' sense of the marketability of her writing (see Cullinan 2005: 193-194).
In a study of frontline hotel employees in Turkey, Karatepe and Sokmen (2006) demonstrated that two facets of conflict influenced service recovery performance deleteriously and exacerbated turnover intentions.
Lifestyle factors that can influence MS deleteriously such as physical inactivity, poor dietary habits, smoking and drinking are commonly seen in those with mental illness.
Free radicals are very unstable molecules that react quickly and deleteriously with other substances, damaging their normal functions.
Without additional budgetary support, the size of the monthly sample may have to be curtailed, thereby deleteriously affecting the statistical quality of the estimates produced from the survey.
At some level, development begins to deleteriously affect both resource protection and the visitor experience, creating dissonance that interferes with the reception of the site's essential values, its messages, and its emotional and intellectual impact (Figure 4).
Important but unsurprising, the enrollment explosion deleteriously impacted Liberia's reintegration component.
Even the police chief differs with the mayor on the proposed change, telling The Arizona Republic that it will deleteriously alter local officers' priorities.
The lack of new revenue available for appropriation for FY08 deleteriously impacted hopes for fully funded requirements for school nurses in more school districts, Children First, childhood obesity prevention programs, a 7% funding increase in behavioral health services and an increase in specifically in children's behavioral health and children's' substance abuse treatment programs, and Adult Day Care, rate increases for ADvantage Waiver and Comprehensive home based health care, to name a few of potential interest to our membership.
Shadia Drury charges in Leo Strauss and the American Right that a key shortcoming of Strauss' position is how he deleteriously conceives of philosophy within the horizon of a religious notion of the prophet as a vehicle of divine revelation.
The uncertainty and nonspecificity of drug reactions can be confusing, but also creates exciting opportunities for scientific satisfaction and striving toward further knowledge in research as we learn more about how medications can alter physiologic function, either advantageously or deleteriously.