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Botany (of leaves, flowers, etc.) turned away from the main stem
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Later a Task Force of the Planning Commission on Employment also, he said, categorically advised against it on the ground that it would aversely affect employment.
In the process, labour rights of actors within developing countries are severely and aversely affected.
And some observers have noted that hard-pressured fish seem aversely conditioned to the sounds that our boats put off; the whirr of a trolling motor can send reds or bonefish streaking for the depths, and in some cases even the "ping" of a depthsounder is enough to alert fish within the cone that there are humans with nefarious designs above.
The directive offers EU member states the ability to acquire people with high expertise in specific sectors," said Lamaris, adding that strict conditions would be included in the law to ensure local scientists weren't aversely affected.
Optical recording of odor-evoked responses in the olfactory brain of the naive and aversely trained terrestrial snails.
One owner of an Erbil restaurant where gus is served said his restaurant was fined and punished, and when people found out it aversely affected his business.
Predictable Magic: Unleash the Power of Design Strategy to Transform Your Business" is a guide to making a successful product by building a strategy along with the product to make the corporation work with the product instead of aversely like many products start their lifespans on.
However, he insists this latest misfortune has not aversely affected his plans.
Wangen's concise and easy to understand manner will leave his readers with both an awareness of the bigger problem of gluten and how it could aversely be affecting their own lives and the lives of others.