unwholesomeness


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The instability of the Negro family, the inadequacy of educational facilities for Negroes, the emotionalism in the Negro church, the insufficiency and unwholesomeness of Negro recreational activity, the plethora of Negro sociable organizations, the narrowness of interest; of the average Negro, the provincialism of his political speculation, the high Negro crime rate, the cultivation of the arts to the neglect of other fields, superstition, personality difficulties, and other characteristic traits are mainly forms of social pathology which for the most part are created by caste pressures.
Of figs Galen writes, "Figs not only have what is a trait common to all summer fruits, but also to all fruits that are called seasonable, and that is that they cannot avoid having an element of unwholesomeness, although this trait is less noticeable in them compared with all the other seasonable fruits" (Grant 115).
contribute so much to its unwholesomeness, that almost everyone is terrified to live in it .
On the re-inspect line, birds get a closer examination by a human inspector because the automated system spotted signs - such as reddish or purplish skin or abnormally small body size - that suggested unwholesomeness.
The court specifically concluded that Congress also intended the law to cover dilution by tarnishment, which usually arises out of the poor quality or unwholesomeness of the defendant's product and services.
For example, Kapferer(41) interpreted persistent rumors about rodents served in fast-food restaurants as symbolizing people's misgivings about the unwholesomeness of 'junk' food.
Acknowledgment of the dramatic power of this novel was swamped in the year of its first appearance by charges of unwholesomeness (New York Times), unpleasantness (Boston Evening Transcript), insufficient discipline (Outlook, Dial and Bookman), inconsistent characterization (Chap-Book), and lack of moral purpose (Independent).
In the absence of direct evidence of the unwholesomeness or adulteration of the food, recovery could be supported by circumstantial evidence if every other reasonable hypothesis as to the cause of the plaintiff's illness could be excluded.
Certainly, mental states add unwholesomeness or wholesomeness to actions, but it is important to highlight that (MN I.
As in other countries, many consumers have an aversion toward processed foods, overemphasizing the chemical unwholesomeness and ignoring the fact that the predominant risk in the food supply is not chemical but microbiological (5).
As illustrated in figure 1 below, in the Pali version this line of inquiry proceeds from qualifying conduct as unwholesome--via its nature of being blameworthy, afflictive, and having painful results--to the basic definition that such conduct causes affliction either to oneself, or to others, or to both, and thus leads to increase in unwholesomeness and a decrease in what is wholesome.
The above passage goes on to say, Monks, whatever states are unwholesome, have a part in unwholesomeness, are on the side of unwholesomeness: all these have mind-organ (mano) as their forerunner (pubbangama).