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Cabasal said it was unfair for critics of the proposed bill to say that the measure would be detrimental to local tobacco farmers.
The Army Chief said such acts of sovereignty violations are detrimental to relations between the two countries and are counter-productive for ongoing peace process for regional stability.
BEIRUT: The Association of Hotel Owners called for the election of a president Wednesday after meeting Prime Minister Tammam Salam, saying the ongoing political vacuum was detrimental to the Lebanese tourism industry.
Seventeen chapters are divided into three parts: introduction; detrimental aspects of inflammation; beneficial aspects of inflammation.
Treftadaeth Dolgellau Heritage objected because it would adversely compromise the character of the building and have a detrimental effect on the character of the conservation area.
And detrimental to your health because smart meters emit microwave radiation.
The amendment will introduce a provision which treats detrimental acts of one co-worker towards another who has made a complaint as being done by the employer, and therefore makes the employer responsible.
Tourism-sector heads in Scotland have said that the nation's vast array of wind turbines is detrimental to the promotion of tourism.
No detrimental effects on children raised in a homosexual environment.
NNA - 25/03/2011 Sanita issued a statement Friday responding to Greenpeace accusations, that the former dumped its chemical and industrial waste into the sea in Halat, ensuring that Sanita was not detrimental in any way to the environment.
Using longitudinal data from one large urban school district we find principal turnover is detrimental to school performance.
McCain had some strong words to say soon after the news of the suspension broke on track and he is hoping his views do not have a detrimental effect on Maguire's case.