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bad

(Inferior), adjective adultered, base, decaying, degenerative, degraded, deleterious, deplorable, detrimental, dreadful, faulty, foul, fulsome, impure, injurious, malignant, malus, noxious, objectionable, ruined, undesirable, unfit, unsound, unsuitable
Associated concepts: bad bargain, bad check, bad title

bad

(Offensive), adjective abhorrent, abominable, amoral, arrant, atrocious, baleful, baneful, base, corrupt, cruel, debauched, degenerate, degraded, demoralized, deplorable, depraved, derogatory, despicable, destructive, detrimental, diabolic, dire, disastrous, disgraced, disgusting, dishonorable, disreputable, evil, execrable, flagrant, fulsome, heinous, ignoble, immoral, improbus, improper, indecent, infamous, iniquitous, injurious, insidious, loathsome, maleficent, malevolent, malific, malus, miscreant, monstrous, nasty, nefarious, nequam, nocuous, objectionable, obnoxious, odious, offensive, onerous, oppressive, peccant, perfidious, pernicious, reprehensible, repugnant, repulsive, retrogressive, revolting, ruined, ruinous, scandalous, sinful, sinister, treacherous, troublous, turpitudinous, undesirable, unfit, unsuitable, unvirtuous, venal, vicious, vile, villainous, virtueless, wicked
Associated concepts: bad behavior, bad character, bad faith, bad influence, bad motive, bad reputation, bad repute
Foreign phrases: In facto quod se habet ad bonum et malum, magis de bono quam de malo lex intendit.In an act or deed which may be considered as both good and bad, the law directs its attention more to the good than the bad.
See also: culpable, deleterious, delinquent, deplorable, depraved, detrimental, disastrous, disreputable, harmful, heinous, immoral, imperfect, iniquitous, nefarious, noxious, peccable, peccant, perverse, poor, profane, reprehensible, reprobate, wrongful
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Regarding the comparison between the experimental groups, significant differences were found in favour of ACT in the Social Impairment and Avoidance/Rumination variables (BADS).
Let us clarify that example conceptually: "Production" of bads means the intention, preparation and propagation of harm to other people to the benefit of the "producer" at the lowest cost possible.
In the validity analysis with BADS, most of the correlations between D-KEFS and BADS measures were statistically significant and in the moderate range.
In order to assess the executive functioning of the participants, neuropsychological tests deemed pertinent to completing the objectives of the study were applied: BADS, WCST and INECO Frontal Screening.
Keeping the total output amount status quo: Because the nonseparable good outputs are proportional to the nonseparable bad outputs, a reduction in the bads is accompanied by a reduction in nonseparable good outputs.
Evidence suggests that many laparoscopic cholecystectomy patients require between 4 and 6 hours to recover sufficiently for safe discharge (BADS 2010, Huang et al 2000).
"Unfortunately, Pakistan is now paying the price for what can be described as a lack of concern for their own bad PR with the Western world.
(4,5) BADS was first described in 1902 in a patient with muscular contraction caused by a camphor overdose.
Production of "bad" outputs (e.g., a child's ill-health or behavioral problems) can be appended to Equation 1 simply by defining a vector of B bads, b = ([b.sub.1], ..., [b.sub.B]) [member of] [R.sup.B.sub.+], which is produced jointly with y.
"Each year has its own particular year with its problems, its difficulties, its goods, its bads," safety Rodney Harrison said.
4-Aminophenyl ether (ODA, 98%), 4-aminophenyl sulfone (DDS, 97%), 4,4'-methylenedianiline (MDA, 97%), 4,4'-bis(3-aminophenoxy)diphenyl sulfone (BADS, 97%), 2,6-difluorobenzonitrile (97%), 3-aminophenol (99%), 4,4'-difluorobenzophenone (99%), N,N-dimethylacetamide (DMAc, >99%), m-cresol (97%), tetrahydrofuran (THF, 99.5%) were provided by Acros Organics.