cause aversion

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Indians peaceful nuclear test cause aversion in Pakistan, it was a time of sheer disgust for Dr Usmani.
Given the tone of the whole article, the fact Theocharous is a politician and not an actor or presenter, where one's physical appearance is of the utmost importance, the judge ruled that the text could not be seen as defamation since the reference was not likely to expose her to ridicule or cause aversion and her exclusion from society.
I advise all the Islamic and Jihadi movements in all corners of the world to be cautious of the plots of the enemies of Islam and detest from committing any act which is against or is skeptical in Islamic Law, will stain the image of Mujahedeen and cause aversion amongst the populace.
However, "too much European regulation in the day-to-day lives of citizens may cause aversion of the citizens to the European Union as such".