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tending to discourage (especially of prices)

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Hypothesis 1a: Work experience will be positively related to prohibitive voice behavior.
But after consultation with the host diocese, it was decided that the distances would make it difficult for volunteers to support the meeting and the distance from airports would be generally prohibitive.
I refuse to pay this prohibitive cost and shall not be using Bahrain Post in the future.
The prohibitive price of fuel and parking fees do not appear to bother those determined to use their cars instead of sharing a vehicle to reduce costs.
Citigroup Inc analysts, Stefan Nedialkov and Simon Nellis, said, 'We believe the cost of exiting Hungary in a disorderly fashion would be prohibitive for all three banks, with Erste having the highest cost, and even factoring in potential benefits from forint depreciation the additional impact to tangible book values remains unaffordable.
Ladbrokes managing director of digital channels, Gary McIlraith, said: "We have concluded that the French market is now taxed at such a prohibitive level that it does not represent an attractive investment.
5) However, among the listed prohibitive auxiliaries the Nenets no-, no- is exceptional because it does not match the general tendency in North Samoyedic as it states that the secondary n precedes palatal vowels as the o is a velar vowel.
A lawsuit is probably cost prohibitive in such a situation, and the cost to litigate provides an incentive (for both the employee and the employer) to work out the individual claim without using the legal system.
But Democrats who now control Congress say they worry that the new fees will make applying for citizenship and other benefits prohibitive for most immigrants.
The Scan-A-Line small hole detection system is said to provide highly reliable inspection of web materials in the rubber and plastics industries, where conventional pin hole detectors are cost prohibitive, but where hole defects of 0.
But the program would cost an additional $35 million in operating expenses if the entire city converted to the new method, which could make it cost prohibitive.
Hermance countered saying 2007 emissions regulations will make it cost prohibitive for diesels to compete with gasoline HCCI engines or hybrids.
And organosilane is expensive enough that the economics of the process would be prohibitive.
Using other traditional loose surfacing materials for these types of applications would almost certainly be too cost prohibitive whereas recycled woodchips can even offer savings in terms of whole life costs.
There aren't enough licensed hobbyists, the argument goes, to keep the suppliers in business, and the hassles of getting and keeping a license will be too prohibitive to maintain a market.