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not inclined or willing to do or undertake

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(usually followed by 'to') strongly opposed

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The ban may be in its infancy, but Marriott has long-term evidence that it won't aversely affect sales from one of the company's flagship 'next generation' stores on Dublin's Merrion Road.
One of the obvious consequences of this autonomy has been the impression of an ongoing commentary on the fragility of ecosystems, which, as experience has tragically demonstrated, can be aversely affected by the introduction of alien elements.
Lastly, the PAM may be a better option for use in obese people, since in our study the accuracy of step count and ambulation distance with this device was not aversely affected in this subgroup.
The term healthy means and includes all dogs and cats eight weeks of age or older that, at or subsequent to the time the animal is taken into possession, have manifested no sign of a behavioral or temperamental characteristic that could pose a health or safety risk or otherwise make the animal unsuitable for placement as a pet, and that have manifested no sign of disease, injury, a congenital or hereditary condition that adversely affects the health of the animal or that is likely to aversely affect the animal's health in the future.
history may have aversely affected an informed evaluation of this question.
remedies for owners of real property aversely affected by land-use
Firstly, a between-participants design was used, which fails to exclude the possibility that idiosyncratic between-group differences aversely influenced the results.
I am concerned that the company should not be aversely affected in any way by my recent involvement with Marconi.
But in 1988-89, a severe recession hit Canada, and some of the companies most aversely affected were in the furniture industry.
Dealers also noted that Haruhiko Kuroda, vice finance minister for international affairs, has been cautioning against an overly weak euro, suggesting that the euro's weakness is aversely affecting the dollar.
According to such reasoning, that situation would aversely affect national security by making it difficult or even impossible to produce submarines if needed for a future national emergency.