determent


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a communication that makes you afraid to try something

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Written by Fu Xiaoqiang, Director of the Centre for Counter-terrorism Studies at the state-owned China Institute of Contemporary International Relations, the article mainly expressed concern over growing US-India cooperation in fields of civil nuclear technology and counter-terrorism, much to the determent of China's close strategic ally Pakistan.
If you want to say it's a sellout when it isn't a sellout, you do so at the determent of the bottom-line.
In my opinion the determent of peace and war is not who brings it, but what brings it.
Regardless, both studies found that CBT is not a determent to a student's assessment.
full intention to be competitive to a reasonable extend, to compete in a fair but determent manner and most of all pursue customer satisfaction through service excellence to assist the client in achieving their goals by ever better understanding customers' interests and needs," said Dedig.
Inspection of the actuall state determent that pipe insulation need reparation.
I have issued an apology to Tarek Nour and his company for the events that have taken place, and the determent that it has caused, that was not my intention," Azab told Daily News Egypt.
You don't have speed unless you can accelerate above your race pace despite fatigue and when anaerobic acidosis is a major determent in your ability to outpace a close competitor.
A landlord may be less willing to entertain a rent reduction or determent if doing do will make it difficult for the landlord to meet its own financial obligations.
Encouraging Council members to 'get closer' and 'strengthen' their relationship with the CHRE, at the meeting Mr Harris said: "The CHRE are really important and we need to be seen by the CHRE as an effective regulator, but they are not the sole determent.
Control III Elite - Ready-to-use determent and disinfectant.
IDPs are also not being registered in Punjab, he regretted, adding that this state of affairs would accelerate sense of deprivation among the Pushtoons to the determent of National unity.
Qichao Liu, Determent of Computer and Information Sciences, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL 35205.
The aim of this study is to determent the species of parasitoids with flesh fly.
While the use of the premier One-Stop Customer Satisfaction Questionnaire provided immediate convenience and face validity its psychometric shortcomings are a determent to quantitative outcome research.