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According to Duffy (2002), social friction prevents a person on purpose with the intent of destroying the reputation of another person so when there is undermining which such person has been unjustly accused of something that will result in the loss of his credibility (Shojaii Baghini, 2013).
Undermining Nurse: Are we just trying to make mothers feel guilty about not breastfeeding?
When dealing with whether it had been established that GDL had the intention of undermining the collective agreement, the Court said the Union needed to prove that the employer had at least one of its purposes in passing on, an undermining of the agreement.
Through their evolving bilateral policies, nuclear weapons state parties to the NPT are increasingly integrating Israel, India, and Pakistan into the international community as legitimate nuclear powers outside of the NPT regime, undermining incentives for non-nuclear weapon states to remain within the treaty.
Undermining the Romantic idea that art transmits the sensibility of an individual genius, Solakov's unfinished landscapes rather demonstrate the contingency of creation upon i nterpretation.
For example, America's representatives, once done undermining access to reproductive health services, then successfully persuaded other nations to defeat a proposal that opposed the execution of children under the age of 18.
The greatest trauma of the first year of reforms was the high inflation that ripped through Russia, decimating savings and undermining confidence in market reforms.
ANGRY civil servants are trying to save hundreds of rabbits accused of undermining the country's benefits system.
We have to get involved in the cleanup and prevent this greed-for-profit behavior from undermining our integrity.
As well as undermining British industry, faulty cabling can cost lives or ruin properties if they catch fire.
But surely they can understand they are undermining their bargaining position with the public, which pays the bills.