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The toxicity mechanism of heavy metals is related to their ability to induce the generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS), which can overweigh the antioxidant reserves [11], cause oxidative stress, mitochondrial dysfunction, and cell apoptosis [12-14].
These are priceless achievements which will overweigh any ROI study.
Moreover, according to some specialists, especially Jack Douglas, the advantages of investigating the documents left by suicides (suicide diaries, notes) overweigh the advantages provided by statistics, which "are more often than not mere interpretations of social situations invested by sociologists or statisticians with different meanings and following the act in itself.
Accordingly, even if severe threats can be foreseen, necessary measures almost always fail because short-term disadvantages overweigh long-term and less predictable benefits.
Results from the 2013-2014 Global Climate Index survey, conducted by the Asset Owners Disclosure Project (AODP), suggest there is no correlation between an investor's decision to actively overweigh low-carbon investments and the likelihood of experiencing lower returns.
Though, there are a host of criticisms against its use, the advantages overweigh disadvantages by a wide margin.
ISLAMABAD -- Contestants of debates skilfully employed their verbal and non-verbal communicative skills and techniques to overweigh others in the first Round of 16th All Pakistan Inter University Debate Contest for Award of Allama Iqbal Shield.
Timing matters: people may overweigh the immediate costs of care such as co-pays and hassle costs of setting up appointment or filling prescriptions.
However disadvantages overweigh the advantages of these sweeteners as artificial sweeteners like aspartame can cause cancers.
I think, despite the challenges that you may face, the opportunities offered by India far overweigh the challenges: The key for success is that you should do your homework and go there well prepared.
The scholarship is excellent throughout, but does not overweigh the primary purpose of the book, which is to make the work of Vaughan Williams and Leather accessible to present-day singers and musicians.