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side effect

[′sīd i‚fekt]
(computer science)
A consistent result of a procedure that is in addition to or peripheral to the basic result.
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Adverse effects that were significantly more common in those taking the older drugs, compared with newer ones, were cognitive slowing (30% vs.
To mitigate the potential for adverse effects on competition in five banking markets, BB&T has committed to divest to an out-of-market commercial banking organization branches that control sufficient deposits to make the proposal consistent with Board precedent and within the thresholds in the DOJ Guidelines.
Based on the foregoing and all the other facts of record, including the commitments made by FNC, the Board has determined that the performance of the proposed activity by FNC can reasonably be expected to produce benefits to the public that would outweigh any likely adverse effects under the proper incident to banking standard of section 4(c)(8) of the BHC Act.
From her perspective, Newbold feels that although there is no question that EDCs have low-dose effects, more research needs to be done to document adverse effects in humans.
In this case, however, the Board believes that the potential adverse effect on competition is somewhat mitigated by the limited application, duration, and scope of the Shareholder Agreement.
After carefully reviewing all the facts of record and for the reasons discussed in this order and appendices, the Board concludes that consummation of the proposal would not likely result in a significantly adverse effect on competition or on the concentration of banking resources in any of the three banking markets in which FirstMerit and Signal both compete or in any other relevant banking market.
The Department of Justice has conducted a detailed review of the proposal and has advised the Board that, in light of the proposed divestitures, consummation of the proposal would not likely have a significantly adverse effect on competition in any relevant banking market.
Many adverse effects of prenatal exposure to BPA (5), nonylphenol (6,7), and octylphenol (8) on reproductive systems in several species have been reported.
This systematic review was aimed at critically evaluating the evidence regarding the adverse effects associated with aromatherapy.
We also found that the addition of sera protected the cells from the adverse effects of chlorpyrifos and that the effect could be reproduced by addition of albumin.
The egg microinjection method had already been used to characterize the adverse effects of known bioaccumulants such as ciguatoxin (a related polyether toxin also produced by a dinoflagellate) and the pesticide DDT in medaka fish.
These adverse effects are due to the fact that the radiation often encounters healthy tissue.

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