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Noxious

A term for species or groups of species that have been legally designated as pests, for example, by a county, state, or federal agency.
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In the context of the Leipzig model, the burden is distributed within the wastewater sector: this is organized via the 75 percent subsidy rule, the deductible borne by those carrying out the measure, the self-financing effect of a reduced noxiousness of effluents and by increasing the payment burden due to a structural development of the wastewater charge to strengthen the incentive function and to mobilize additional funds.
The HDI was degassed only briefly at room temperature due to its volatility and noxiousness.
Left to his own devices, the patient in Notes on Nursing seems about to die not so much from disease, but from the noxious state of his own body, a thermometer of the noxiousness of domesticity itself.
For psychometric or technical rigor, they listed 25 technical considerations: validity, reliability, objectivity, theoretical base behavioral orientation, observableness, special training, language, sophistication, complexity, supplementation, adaptability, transparency, fakeability, norms, availability, copyright restrictions, time required, expense, special materials, noxiousness, scoring complexity, data reduction, handouts, and familiarity.
Another possibility for the origin of Batesian mimicry is that it evolved from Mullerian mimicry (Huheey 1976, 1984), when the new Batesian mimic lost its protection from noxiousness while already resembling the model (Endler 1991).
Fiscal benefit compensates for environmental noxiousness (see Fischel 1975, McGuire 1987, and White 1975).
My parasite hosts are alive in the noxiousness of air, sonically confounding the existence medium.
However, Gadamer's minimalist answer, that we, learn about the noxiousness of the prejudice against all prejudices, appears in point of fact to be incomplete and systematically unsatisfactory.
Roman engineering extended to the building of water-flushed public sewers and, although these collapsed with the empire, belief in the noxiousness of human waste lingered in the centuries-long connection of illness with foul odours and evil miasmas.
Arguments for and against the use of punishment suggest that both the effectiveness and the noxiousness of behavior reductive procedures are crucial in deciding whether and when to use those procedures (Harris & Ersner-Hershfield, 1978; Martin, 1975).
We also wanted to determine if there was a difference in predator tolerance to noxiousness.