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adverse

adj. clearly contrary, such as an adverse party being the one suing you. An adverse interest in real property is a claim against the property, such as an easement.

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Today, the inefficient, unproductive poor governance in Pakistan has adversely affected the living standard of the common people.
'Any candidate for the May 2019 election can go to court and seek a TRO or an injunction against the release of the alleged narco- list as it is an abuse of authority, lacks due process, and will adversely affect the election results for those who are named in the said narco list,' Drilon said in a statement.
This can help health authorities in being accountable for their priority setting decisions, especially towards adversely affected stakeholders.
The tariffs regime here include the ECOWAS Common External Tariff (CET) which the President says is causing a serious hike in the cost of basic commodities in the country, thus adversely affecting the Liberian people, especially the poor.
Summary: The head of the Chambers of Commerce Mohammad Choucair said Friday the recent political tensions that have swept Lebanon adversely affected the country's economy and reputation.
HYDERABAD -- Sindh Chamber of Agriculture (SCA), a farmer's lobbying group, has accused the irrigation officials for creating shortage of irrigation water that adversely affected winter crops.
The walk through districts residents adversely Co-organiser Mike Forster said: "The day-long sponsored walk will see the #HandsOffHRI campaigners pass through many Kirklees districts where local residents would be adversely affected - should the unpopular proposals to downband Huddersfield's only remaining NHS hospital go ahead - as they walk along the local Colne Valley cycle path and canal."
Summary: The move to portray Kerala as a trouble-torn state would adversely impact its investment prospects, says Vijayan
because the pollution was adversely affecting human, animals and environment.
The decision also clarifies that a party must offer specific evidence to demonstrate that it is directly and adversely affected by an AER decision as a pre-condition to be accorded a regulatory appeal.
Summary: The Group of Seven leading industrial nations, which includes the U.S., Japan and Germany, are warning that volatile movements in exchange rates can adversely hit the global economy.