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I'd love to say if we got to the later stages in Europe, the quarter-final stages, that we would gladly play that team week in, week out, if I could but undoubtedly it would detrimentally affect how you do in the Premier league.
With more than 80 new members taking office in early January, Congress will renew the focus on reducing the federal deficit through program cuts and revenue raisers that could detrimentally impact nonprofit arts organizations.
In short, they found that neither whole body calcium balance nor bone status indicators were detrimentally affected by the increased acid load of a high protein diet (intake above current recommended daily allowance of 0.
The classification of funds established in the DIFC as 'foreign funds' for the purposes of the Regulation may detrimentally affect the growth of the DIFC as a funds centre and inadvertently give competitive advantage to similar free zones, such as the Qatar Financial Centre situated in Doha.
Others felt is would detrimentally affect the value of homes and village life.
Dr Paul Sissons, the report's author, said: "A period of worklessness while young can detrimentally impact peoples' careers over the longer term.
The 'emo phenomenon' or devil worshiping is being followed by the Moral Police who have the approval to eliminate "the phenomenon" as soon as possible since it's detrimentally affecting the society and becoming a danger," the statement read.
while 40 per cent of survey respondents anticipate access to (cost of) capital will be detrimentally impacted by S&P's decision.
We constantly hear that our lives will be detrimentally affected by climate change.
That go-ahead detrimentally affected visibility at the access to the estate, stopping a business implementing their own plans to develop a site for commercial storage.
On appeal, the 3rd Circuit determined that in order to establish a claim for breach of fiduciary duty under ERISA, an employee must have detrimentally relied on a misrepresentation made by the fiduciary in taking an action pertaining to his own retirement.
This failing dramatically and detrimentally changed Mr Walker's life, and could have led to even more staff being injured during the course of a robbery.