noxiousness


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Related to noxiousness: laterad, anxiousness, disaggregation, fluctuant
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97) With this many users, it is reasonable to conclude that if the international community could reach a consensus about the moral noxiousness of any drug control policy, the repression of marijuana would likely be it.
To eradicate such social noxiousness, Hannibal kills the butcher by slicing him open with a sword.
He used two curves: one representing the declining value of goods as more goods are acquired (utility curve) and the other representing the increasing noxiousness of labour as more work is done (the drudgery curve).
While there is a lack of some essential parameters specifying the level of noxiousness of some materials, the effect of air pollution on human health is often evaluated statistically by epidemiological studies.