detrimentally


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Synonyms for detrimentally

in a detrimental manner

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The day's heaviest faller was BSkyB, the satellite broadcaster, as fears grew that the scandal affecting News Corp (owner of the News of the World) may detrimentally affect its attempt to take over BSkyB.
This would reflect detrimentally on profitability and send the overall confidence metric lower.
Steve Hall, head at Aylesford School in Warwick, which could lose pounds 32,000 in provisional figures, said: "At a time when central government is promising schools more money, decisions are trying to be made locally that detrimentally affect some.
An educational psychologist with a local authority, she told the inquiry: "Over the last 15 months I have listened to many people who already feel detrimentally affected by this scheme.
She was also set to claim she had been treated detrimentally on the grounds of having made a protective disclosure before an employment tribunal in Newcastle.
The celebrity in question has to fulfil a series of requirements, starting with their ability to fit snugly into your existing group without detrimentally altering the dynamics.
Objections were heard from Park Community Council and a local historian who said the character of the area would be detrimentally affected by the modern development.
Tim Hague, head of savings and investments at Birmingham Midshires, said: 'Our lifestyles could be a key factor detrimentally affecting our ability to save.
Both matters may detrimentally affect in a significant way our nation's system of tax administration.
This decision, a calculated gamble by House Speaker Newt Gingrich, Majority Leader Dick Armey and others, may in fact succeed in turning out socially conservative GOPers even if it detrimentally impacts moderate Republicans, independents and women.
A woman's smoking during pregnancy can detrimentally affect her child's lung function into adulthood, conclude three groups of investigators from the Harvard School of Public Health.
0 Business Models, #IN0904402CM, March 2009, examines how businesses detrimentally impacted by the Internet can revitalize themselves using a Web 2.
If we take no action this move could detrimentally affect up to 13,000 agricultural workers in Wales, many of whom are low paid.
As with many successful brands, Joyetech has been victim to low quality replicas and copyright infringements, which has proven frustrating for customers, and has contributed detrimentally to the reputation of this young and growing industry.
The City of Gosnells' council had earlier also rejected the application saying the mosque was not appropriate for the area and that the traffic and noise generated "would have the potential to detrimentally affect the existing rural amenity of the locality".