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detract from: to spoil the soundness or perfection of

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The Company experienced detractions due to a reversal factor
These flaws, however, amount to little more than minor detractions.
And with a week to go before London, there's time for tweaks and changes, additions and detractions.
These detractions, however, will only be a concern to the lay reader who is unfamiliar with the battle of Gettysburg and Civil War history as a whole.
Despite the few detractions mentioned, the book s cover price of $17.
On the other hand, there is a self-justification for these failures within the authorities which limits the lessons that one might be able to draw from these detractions.
I am speaking of the detractions that have kept it from gaining a place as a household word, or a household product throughout the cash flow consumer cultures.
WRAPPING: Conjure up the effect of a festive snowfall by using fluffy snowflake tree detractions in place of gift tags.
The only detractions from this book were its lack of specific means by which to achieve the community constructs extolled by the author, some minor inconsistencies in the intellectual arguments, and a seeming disconnect between some of the author's ideas and the target audience.
Different cities provide diverse attractions as well as detractions for meetings and it is important to be cognizant of both when planning.
Laura's gender precluded her from two additional detractions.
Still there must be some detractions, errors, and omissions, but I had trouble finding any, such is the quality of the editing.
However, these concerns are but minor detractions from the thought-provoking implications of the results in this book.
It's unclear at this point which one because both have their benefits and both have their detractions.