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Synonyms for destructive

having the capability or effect of damaging irreparably

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causing destruction or much damage

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I believe that there are three drawbacks in existing research on destructive leadership and employee innovation.
In the pages of "Overcoming Destructive Anger: Strategies That Work", Bernard Golden (the founder of Anger Management Education, and a practicing psychologist for almost forty years) offers concrete tools for turning destructive anger into healthy anger.
Aware of their destructive impact, the incoming secretary is known for her opposition to irresponsible mining operations wherever they may be.
Few studies have recorded the relationship among some non-destructive and destructive measurements of the eggs of chickens (Abanikannda et al.
ThreatMetrix said it has revealed several strategies that allow financial institutions to authenticate with accuracy customers and employees in alignment with joint statements released by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) on compromised credentials and destructive malware.
The Destructive Creation artistic group set up awar survival kitsa at three places in Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
In contrast to traditional destructive, manual tests such as blue-dye, VisionScan uses high-resolution camera and projection technology, combined with vacuum pressure, allowing for the accurate non-destructive detection of defects clown to 15pm.
It is possible that reinstatement may play a role in clinical relapse pertaining to the reemergence of destructive behavior.
The pickup's driver, a 17-year-old boy, was taken to the Douglas County Juvenile Detention Center on charges of unlawful possession of a destructive device, unlawful manufacture of a destructive device and furnishing alcohol to minors, police said.
The transaction is in line with the Swiss companya[euro](tm)s expansion in southern Africaa[euro](tm)s destructive and non-destructive testing markets, he added.
To complement the bending facility, IPB also provides both destructive and non-destructive testing as in-house activities.
BS EN ISO 5178: Destructive tests on welds in metallic materials.
I'm not an attorney, nor do I play one on television, but isn't anything over 50 caliber such as the Boys Anti-Tank rifle in April's Q&A considered a destructive device by our good friends at ATF, unless it is black powder (because everyone knows black powder can't kill anyone?
WARREN GATLAND is being urged to look no further than Newport-Gwent Dragons' young flanker Dan Lydiate in his search for a destructive openside.
Unlike destructive examination, where the part is destroyed as a part of the examination, non-destructive examination methods are applied to find hidden indications of potential flaws.