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make worse or less effective

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How, we're not sure," Sanderson acknowledges, but he adds that the finding "would suggest that at high concentrations, these metabolites could impair [sex hormone] synthesis--which would be deleterious.
3) An inadvertent and isolated failure to meet conditions 4, 5, and 6 would not impair independence provided that the required procedures are performed promptly upon discovery of the failure to do so, and all other provisions of the interpretation are met.
For a runner it can be maddening, and seriously impair performance.
They recognize the important role CPAs play in representing clients in tax matters but provide no guidance on the specific types of tax advocacy that would not impair independence.
In these cases, loss of lenses inconvenienced the officers, but did not impair their performance.
Any direct financial interest in the client would impair the firm's independence, regardless of materiality.
While it is common knowledge that it is dangerous to mix alcohol with driving, many people don't realize that drugs, including commonly used prescription and over-the-counter medications, can also impair us in a variety of ways," said Karen Tarney, founder of CANDID.