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an unfavorable condition, circumstance, or characteristic

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The language of this country being always upon the flux, the STRULDBRUGS of one age do not understand those of another; neither are they able, after two hundred years, to hold any conversation (farther than by a few general words) with their neighbours the mortals; and thus they lie under the disadvantage of living like foreigners in their own country.
She no doubt sincerely believed herself to have been injured by the decision; and States, like individuals, acquiesce with great reluctance in determinations to their disadvantage.
What so affected him was Kutuzov's calm and quiet comment on the advantage or disadvantage of Bennigsen's proposal to move troops by night from the right to the left flank to attack the French right wing.
David wanted to play on a pitch near the Round Pond with which he is familiar, but this would have placed me at a disadvantage, so I insisted on unaccustomed ground, and we finally pitched stumps in the Figs.
the goal: to help identify effective education projects that can serve as models of excellence in overcoming inequality in education to help identify what kind of practices and processes would have a long-term impact on educational disadvantage and to suggest how these can be replicated and what other policy changes might be desirable to overcome educational disadvantages.
In addition, their housing tenure may also be associated with other disadvantages including poor housing quality and insecurity of occupancy (Kendig and Bridge, 2007).
The attitude towards breastfeeding in this study was measured prenatally by two different scales 'pros' and 'cons' which contained questions about the perceived advantages and disadvantages of breastfeeding.
Researchers analysed 28,000 Scots familes, looking at seven disadvantages.
Adult lung function and susceptibility to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is partly determined by disadvantages early in life, an international European study has found.
The perceived advantages and disadvantages of courses taught in online and face-to-face learning environments were explored for students taking an accounting and a data collection and analysis course.
Social justice is concerned with how features of the social structure result in systematic inequalities and disadvantages in well-being.
Dreadful GCSE results compound the disadvantages they face and commit them to unemployment and long-term disadvantage.
Disadvantages of the VFD systems have traditionally been the cost and size of the VFDs themselves.
Each have their advantages and disadvantages, depending on whether you are a bookmaker or a punter.